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Monday
Mar282011

Why the federal budget bill could devastate conservation and what you can do about it

When the newly elected House of Representatives passed the FY2011 Federal Budget bill the cuts to programs protecting the nation's natural resources were so dramatic that they dealt a potentially devastating blow to conservation work in the U.S. So what exactly can citizens who care about conservation do about it?

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Monday
Jan242011

The ecological consequences of industrial kelp harvesting

Kelp forests provide important habitat for numerous invertebrates, fish, birds and marine mammals. The ecological consequences of industrial harvest of this habitat has not been fully evaluated. Now a recent study has demonstrated that there is justified cause for concern. The study revealed that the removal of these habitats has multi-trophic effects...

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Wednesday
Jul282010

Wolves and money: Does paying for predation losses aid species recovery?

Tuesday
Jul272010

Mitigating climate change with protected areas in the Brazilian Amazon

A recent study examines the effect that 595 protected areas in the Brazilian Amazon have exerted on local deforestation rates. By projecting the effect of these protected areas into the future, the study finds a big impact on carbon emissions...

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Friday
Jul092010

Making winter sports less intrusive on wildlife

Monday
Jun282010

Studies confirm presence, severity of pollution in national parks 

Wednesday
Jun232010

The vulnerability of species to roadkill

Wednesday
Jun232010

Gender-bending fish problem in Colorado Creek mitigated by treatment plant upgrade 

Male fish are taking longer to be "feminized" by chemical contaminants that act as hormone disrupters in Colorado's Boulder Creek following the upgrade of a wastewater treatment plant in Boulder in 2008, according to a new study led by the University of Colorado at Boulder...

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Friday
Jun182010

Mississippi River hydrology could protect wetlands from oil

Thursday
Jun172010

Hiking quietly benefits birds... and birders

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