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Large Volcanic Eruption Caused Largest Mass Extinction
Skull shines light on human evolution
Genomic data ‘catches corals in act’ of speciation and adaptation
Newly discovered fossil documents small-scale evolutionary changes in an extinct human species
Archive of animal migration in Arctic
When Wildlife, Politics, and Morals Collide
IAEA Supports Marine Laboratories in Caribbean, Helping to Expose Link between Healthy Sea Life and Sedimentation
Big interdisciplinary project to reveal patterns of migration
Climate Change Will Give Rise to More Cancers
City of Cockburn awarded for commitment to public health
Grants for research projects using citizen science
Sea-level rise will have complex consequences for coasts and communities
Sustainable fishing research hooks government funding
Multi-million dollar funding boost for UQ researchers
Globalised economy making water, energy and land insecurity worse: study
Scientists will discuss anomalies in Arctic and subarctic
Princeton and Mpala scholars link obesity and disease to dramatic dietary changes
Great Dying – what caused Earth’s biggest mass extinction?
New Palaeoenvironmental Research Presents Oldest Securely Dated Evidence for a River Flowing Through Thar Desert
Coordinated drought planning is essential for new Ethiopian Dam
Research priorities for effective krill management
$1.3m for humanities and social sciences research
Adapting to 4°C of global warming
Central Asian Horse Riders Played Ball Games 3,000 Years Ago
Maugean skate vulnerable to Macquarie Harbour environmental conditions
Area twice size of UK needed to feed world’s pets
Stimulating body’s brown fat could be answer to tackling obesity
Researcher finds that our most culturally significant birds live in habitats most
Santer honored with geophysical union award
Evolution in Action: New Plant Species at Urnerboden
Sentinels of ocean acidification survived Earth’s last mass extinction
Together we see more
Researchers find pattern in whale songs that predicts migration
Decent living for all does not have to cost Earth
Deep drilling in Europe’s oldest and most species-rich lake provides new insights into evolution
Ocean Warming and Acidification Effects on Calcareous Phytoplankton Communities
Volcanic ash could help reduce CO2 associated with climate change
UO biologist calls for protection of Ecuadorian forest reserve
Oxford launches new principles for credible carbon offsetting
Potential for fisheries co-management shaped by interplay between formal, informal institutions
Dinosaurs, dodos, and future of life on Earth
Oregon State-led project receives $10M grant to harness biomedical knowledge to aid patients
No Time to Waste on plastic scourge
Realizing tremendous potential of biological collections will require strategy, action and investment
Realizing tremendous potential of biological collections will require strategy
TSU geographer made first-ever landscape map of Medny Island
NSF to fund study on far-reaching algal bloom impacts
Ancient Human Footprints in Saudi Arabia Provide Snapshot of Arabian Ecology 120,000 Years Ago