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Wednesday
Aug192009

Tracing the evolutionary history of a mussel invasion

Tuesday
Aug182009

Human Impacts on Salt Marshes

edited by Brian R. Silliman, Edwin D. Grosholz, and Mark D. Bertness
University of California Press, 2009, 432pp
Reviewed by Rob Goldstein

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Tuesday
Aug182009

Restoring reservoirs following dam removal: best practices

Tuesday
Aug182009

Unexpected relationship between warming and advancing treelines

A new study in the journal Ecology Letters reveals that treelines are not responding to climate warming as expected...read more

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Monday
Aug172009

Do created wetlands aid amphibian conservation?

A new study published in Conservation Biology looks at the effect of created wetlands on amphibian breeding success in suburban and forested areas...read more

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Monday
Aug172009

Native versus exotics grasses: the race is on...

Scientists examine the role of early establishment in the race between between native and exotic grasses. The results may help managers protect rangelands at-risk...read more

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Friday
Aug142009

Methods for identifying better wildlife corridors...

Friday
Aug142009

Lawsuit challenges removal of endangered species protecion for Sacramento splittail

The Center for Biological Diversity filed a lawsuit yesterday to reinstate federal endangered species protection for the Sacramento splittail, an imperiled fish found in California’s Central Valley and San Francisco Bay-Delta. The fish rose to fame in 2003 in helping to bring down the last shreds of credibility of the Bush Administration on conservation issues...read more

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Thursday
Aug132009

Study finds clues in frog die-off mystery

Thursday
Aug132009

Can Forest Fragmentation Benefit Tropical Birds?

A recent study challenges conventional wisdom on the effect of forest fragmentation. The findings cause a stir among scientists...read more

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