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Forestry (Natural Resources) Adjunct Assistant Professor Pool
Published CareerJet  7/21/2014
Los Rios Community College District - Sacramento, CA - Job Posting Title: Forestry (Natural Resources) Adjunct Assistant Professor Pool The Institution: The Los Rios Community College District, with its four colleges, American River College, Cosumnes River College, Folsom Lake College, Sacramento
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Forestry (Natural Resources) Adjunct Assistant Professor Pool - Los Rios Community College District - Sacramento, CA
Published Indeed.com  7/19/2014
Job Posting Title: Forestry (Natural Resources) Adjunct Assistant Professor Pool The Institution: The Los Rios Community College District, with its four... From CommunityCollegeJobs.com - 19 Jul 2014 21:10:54 GMT - View all Sacramento jobs
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K9 Wildlife Contraband Detection Unit Will Remain Active in Galapagos Through 2017
Published Seashepard  6/26/2014
K9 Wildlife Contraband Detection Unit Will Remain Active in Galapagos Through 2017 The K9 Unit is the only one in the country specializing in the detection of wildlifePhoto: Cabo Marlon Valle, UPMA Sea Shepherd Galapagos is pleased to announce a renewed agreement to extend cooperation of the K9
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Line in the Sand – Spotlight on Sea Shepherd’s ongoing work to defend the Galapagos
Published Seashepard  6/16/2014
Line in the Sand – Spotlight on Sea Shepherd’s ongoing work to defend the GalapagosSome 960 kilometers off the coast of Ecuador, the Galapagos Archipelago is famed throughout the world for its unique plant and animal species.Sea Shepherd has always considered the Galapagos one of the
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Dozens of new flora, fauna species in Myanmar (Update)
Published physorg.com  6/5/2014
A dragon fish with intricate, maze-like markings on every scale, a frog with rough, chocolate-colored skin and a ginger plant are among more than two dozen flora and fauna species found in Myanmar since it emerged from a half-century of military rule and isolation.
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Protecting mainland Europe from an invasion of grey squirrels
Published physorg.com  6/5/2014
The first genotyping of grey squirrels sampled from Italy and the UK shows a direct link between their genetic diversity and their ability to invade new environments.
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A sand-dwelling new species of the moonseed plant genus Cissampelos from the Americas
Published physorg.com  6/5/2014
Researchers from the Missouri Botanical Garden have discovered in dry forests and transient sand dunes in Bolivia and Paraguay, a new plant species in the moonseed family Menispermaceae. The discovery was reported in the open access journal PhytoKeys.
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Zoologists discover bird species in Indonesia
Published physorg.com  6/6/2014
(Phys.org) —Zoologists from Trinity College Dublin have discovered a currently unrecognised bird species in a biodiversity hotspot in Indonesia. They propose that the colourful bird, which is found only on one small chain of islands, should be called the Wakatobi Flowerpecker (Dicaeum kuehni).
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Newly discovered insect Supersonus hits animal kingdoms highest-pitch love call
Published physorg.com  6/6/2014
(Phys.org) —In the rainforests of South America, scientists have discovered a new genus and three new species of insect with the highest ultrasonic calling songs ever recorded in the animal kingdom.
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Research on bird beaks delivers powerful insights on variation
Published physorg.com  6/9/2014
Evolutionary biologists have long held up songbirds, particularly the Galapagos finches first described by Charles Darwin, as an example of natural selection at work. In order to exploit different environments and food sources, the birds developed a startling variety of beak shapes—from short, blunt
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