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Tuesday
Jun082010

Using "landscape limnology" to make freshwater conservation more effective

Scientists have developed a pioneering, comprehensive approach that makes conserving and managing freshwater lakes, streams and wetlands more integrated and effective...

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Monday
Jun072010

Aquatic life declines at early stage of urban development

Monday
Jun072010

Priortizing restoration across agricultural landscapes

A new case study presents a planning method for prioritizing ecosystem restoration efforts across an agricultural region. While this type of systematic approach to prioritization has been widely used in land protection, it is much less common in restoration...

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Friday
Jun042010

Study illustrates impact of adajcent land use on stream water quality

Friday
Jun042010

Understanding public attitudes towards wildlife recovery efforts

Black bears are returning to their historic ranges in places like southern Wisconsin and Eastern Texas. So how do local residents feel about the returning wildlife and what explains their attitudes?

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Thursday
Jun032010

Improving the effectivness of endangered species recovery efforts

Thursday
Jun032010

Calculating the greenhouse gas value of ecosystems

Researchers at the University of Illinois have developed a new, more accurate method of calculating the change in greenhouse gas emissions that results from changes in land use. The new approach, described in the journal Global Change Biology, takes into account many factors not included in previous methods, the researchers report.

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Wednesday
Jun022010

Kite aerial photography can give conservation a view from above

Tuesday
Jun012010

The impact of off-road vehicles on beach-dwelling wildlife

Tuesday
Jun012010

Plantations sequester less carbon than natural forests

Plantations sequester less carbon than natural forests according to a new study recently published in the open access journal PLoS ONE. Yiqi Luo from the University of Oklahoma and fellow researchers conducted a meta-analysis of 86 experimental studies comparing plantations and their natural forest counterparts...

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