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12/11/2017

Google Street View Trekker is traveling to Christmas Island this week to capture the migration of millions of red crabs. In what naturalist David Attenborough has described as one of nature’s “most astonishing and wonderful sights,” hug

Documentary maker Frederique Olivier is currently filming the annual red crab migration on Christmas Island, but it's proving to be a hot and dangerous pursuit.
PR Newswire
12/7/2017

SYDNEY, Dec. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- From herds of elephants in Kenya to penguins in Antarctica and frogs in the Amazon, the Street View Trekker has met some charming characters on its journeys around the world. This week, Street View is venturing t
Wiley
12/6/2017

Abstract The characteristics of swell propagation play an important role in the forecasting of ocean waves as well as on research on global climate change, wave energy development, and disaster prevention and reduction. To reveal the propagation rou
physorg.com
12/5/2017

Three species of reptile on Christmas Island in Australia have been declared extinct in the wild, according to a study released on Tuesday, with scientists baffled as to the cause.
ErukAlert
9/14/2017

North America's most widespread and valuable ash tree species are on the brink of extinction due to an invasive beetle decimating their populations, while the loss of wilderness areas and poaching are contributing to the declining numbers of five Af
physorg.com
9/7/2017

Researchers are assisting Parks Australia in the eradication of feral cats on Christmas Island, something very few populated islands in the world have successfully achieved.
Mother Jones
2/17/2017

Zavodovski is a 9.6-square-mile uninhabited volcanic island off the coast of Antarctica. Well, uninhabited by humans: The island, discovered on Christmas Eve in 1819 by Russian explorers, is home to the world's largest penguin colony. The chinstrap
Huffington Post
12/16/2016

For thousands of years, the Bramble Cay melomys, a small, mouse-like rodent, eked out a living on a tiny coral island in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. It was the reef’s only endemic mammal species, and survived on the few plants that g

Corals Tie Stronger El Niños To Climate Change
Ocean Leadership ~(Click to enlarge) Scientists studied coral from Pacific reefs such as Christmas Island and Palmyra to study long-term temperature records and El Ninos. (Credit: Williams et al./Wikimedia Commons)Kim Cobb and two team members, clad

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