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Wednesday
Aug122009

Towards a universal DNA barcode for plants

Wednesday
Aug122009

Migration timing affects salmon survival

A new study in the Journal of Applied Ecology finds that the migration timing of Pacific salmon can affect their survival to adulthood. These results have implications for river managers and others trying to conserve these threatened fish...read more

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Tuesday
Aug112009

From "buffer zones" to country homes...

Scientists have used GIS to map out undeveloped "buffer zones" surrounding protected areas in the U.S. The findings are a cause for concern...read more

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Monday
Aug102009

Wildfires set to rise 50 percent by year 2050

Friday
Aug072009

Measuring earthquake damage on panda habitat

Scientists use satellite imagery and field work to calculate the damage of the Sichuan earthquake on panda habitat. What's the outlook for the endangered icon?

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Friday
Aug072009

Bald songbird species discovered in Laos

Thursday
Aug062009

Study finds encouraging signs for ocean recovery

In a new study in the journal Science, a team of researchers find encouraging signs that some ocean ecosystems are improving. Controls on fisheries appear to be decreasing exploitation rates helping some species recover ... read more.

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Wednesday
Aug052009

Species relocation in the face of climate change

The ESA Annual Meeting has entered it's 3rd full day of activities. One event that really catches my eye is a symposium on managed relocation, a contraversial technique for conserving species in the face of climate change...read more

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Monday
Aug032009

Lakeshore development reduces food supply for fish

Monday
Aug032009

ESA kicks of 94th annual meeting in Albuquerque: let's party!

As I type this, 3500 ecological researchers, professionals, educators, and students are living it up at the Albuquerque Convention Center. The Ecological Society of America has kicked off their 94th Annual Meeting. This year's theme is "Ecological Knowledge and the Global Sustainable Society," and many of the presentations focus on the relationship between ecology and the urban environment...read more.

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