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March 18, 2019

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March 18, 2019

Cardiorespiratory Fitness of Farmed Atlantic Salmon Unaffected by Virus

Mar. 13, 2019 — The respiratory systems of Atlantic salmon function normally even when carrying large loads of piscine orthoreovirus (PRV), new research has found. The results are a positive step in reducing the ... read more

Desert Plants Provided by Homeowners Offer Habitat for Desert Bird Species

Mar. 12, 2019 — A persistent question among urban ecology researchers has been the long-term impact of urbanization on bird species biodiversity. Specifically, they wonder whether the portions of cities with higher ... read more

UK Wild Newt Species Free from Flesh-Eating Fungus for Now...

Mar. 12, 2019 — The UK's wild newt populations seem to be free from a flesh-eating lethal fungus known to be prevalent in privately-owned amphibians across Western Europe, a nationwide investigation has ... read more

Impacts of Marine and Freshwater Predators on Ecosystems and Society

Mar. 12, 2019 — A new study reports on the diverse ways that aquatic predators, such as sharks and alligators, can impact ecosystems and also benefit human society. The study shows how these important ecological ... read more

Mar. 11, 2019 — When coyote parents are habituated to humans, their offspring are more habituated, too -- potentially leading to negative interactions between coyotes and ... read more

How to Take a Census of Earth's Biodiversity? One Team of Researchers Has a Plan

Mar. 11, 2019 — How do you monitor the number and location of Earth's plants and animals at any given time? It's a daunting, planet-sized problem, but an international team of researchers has published a ... read more

Mar. 11, 2019 — For almost 100 years, there has been controversy as to the possible parent species of the saffron crocus are. If the parent species were known, changes could be inserted into the crocus genome by new ... read more

Mar. 11, 2019 — Researchers have applied molecular evolutionary analysis to quantify the severity of negative selection pressures on genes encoding the pneumococcal choline-binding proteins (CBPs). They found ... read more

In Developing Nations, National Parks Could Save Endangered Species

Mar. 7, 2019 — A new study of animal populations inside and outside a protected area in Senegal, Niokolo-Koba National Park, shows that protecting such an area from human interaction and development preserves not ... read more

Mar. 7, 2019 — Chimpanzees are well known for their extraordinary diversity of behaviors, with some behaviors also exhibiting cultural variation. An international research team has investigated whether chimpanzee ... read more

Mar. 7, 2019 — Using a series of well-designed experiments in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, a research team confirmed each step in a trophic cascade between the elimination of predators (including ... read more

Insects in Decline: On Farmland, Latecomers Lose out

Mar. 7, 2019 — Wild bees in Europe are in trouble -- more than 50 percent of local species are now classified as endangered. Recent findings indicate that, in farming areas, species that emerge in late summer are ... read more

Mar. 7, 2019 — Experts have shed new light on the relationship between predators and their prey after studying how elk responded to the risk posed by grey wolves in an American national ... read more

Most Microbes in Hummingbird Feeders Do Not Pose Health Hazard

Mar. 6, 2019 — A new study is one of the first to address the potential for sugar water from hummingbird feeders to act as a vector for avian -- or even zoonotic -- pathogens. It found that the majority of microbes ... read more

Translocation of Bighorn Sheep in Arizona Has Positive Genetic Outcomes

Mar. 6, 2019 — Research shows it is possible to re-establish bighorn sheep populations without a reduction of genetic diversity over a short period and without erosion of ancestral ... read more

Disrupting Wolf Movement May Be More Effective at Protecting Caribou

Mar. 6, 2019 — Researchers used motion-triggered cameras to capture photographs of wolves, caribou, and other wildlife species in the Canadian Oil Sands to study the habitat use patterns of these animals and test ... read more

Mar. 6, 2019 — Wild bees are indispensable pollinators, supporting both agricultural productivity and the diversity of flowering plants ... read more

Mar. 6, 2019 — Given the importance and wide distribution of Influenza A viruses, it is surprising how little is known about infections of wild mammals. A new study sheds light on which species are commonly ... read more

Scientists Put Ichthyosaurs in Virtual Water Tanks

Mar. 6, 2019 — Using computer simulations and 3D models, paleontologists have uncovered more detail on how Mesozoic sea dragons ... read more

Mar. 5, 2019 — Researchers have found that the way in which people use the internet is closely tied to patterns and rhythms in the natural world. This finding suggests new ways to monitor changes in the ... read more

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