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11-29-2022
Old-growth forests serve as a refuge in a warming climate
According to a new study led by the Oregon State University (OSU), old-growth forests and managed forests with old-growth features can provide relief from the effects of climate change for some bird species. Building upon earlier research showing that old forests with big trees and a diversity of tree sizes and species offer refuge to some types of birds threatened by a warming climate, the experts investigated how forest “microclimates” – local atmospheric conditions in areas ranging from a few square meters to many square kilometers which...
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10-27-2016
Salish Sea stars are in a severe decline
 Salish Sea sea stars impacted by wasting disease. According to...
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10-27-2016
Wild jaguar conservation necessary in Mesoamerica
A large gene-based survey reveals the need for continued wild...
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10-27-2016
Meet Erythrodiplax ana, a new species of Brazilian Dragonfly
Meet Erythrodiplax ana the Brazilian Dragonfly, whose unique traits set...
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10-27-2016
Albatross research suggests conservation methods
Albatross research suggests conservation methods after studying juvenile birds for...
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10-26-2016
16-million-year-old parrot fossil found in Siberia
A 16-million-year-old parrot fossil was found in Siberia. A recent...
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10-26-2016
Rare condition produces gorgeous twin kittens
Gorgeous twin kittens from Russia both have a condition which...
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