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EcoWatch
12/14/2017

See the World s Newest Marine Park in the Pacific Ocean
By Matt Rand For the health of the ocean and all who depend on it, this is big news: In November , Mexico became the latest nation to create a large, fully protected marine reserve. The Revillagigedo Archipelago National Park, the country's largest
Sci Tech Daily
12/14/2017

3D Models Reveal How Tortoises Get Back Onto Their Feet
The Galapagos Islands are home to multiple species of giant tortoises. Two distinct shell forms can be observed among the different species: “domed” and “saddleback”.... The post 3D Models Reveal How Tortoises Get Back Onto Their Feet appeared firs

Nothing that Hollywood sci-fi screenwriters dream up for outer space begins to rival the beauty and ingenuity of life underwater right here. Blue Planet II captured behaviour that was new to science as well as surprising: giant trevally fish eating
PR Newswire
12/11/2017

SÃO PAULO, 11 de dezembro de 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Amanhã, dia 12 de dezembro, será inaugurada a nova loja conceito da Só Orgânicos e Plural, que vai contar com uma rica mercearia de produtos orgânicos, saladas e um cardápio de refeições de
physorg.com
12/6/2017

Astounding footage of Galapagos sea lions hunting was perhaps the highlight of the latest Blue Planet II. For the first time ever, these marine mammals were filmed working as a pack to drive tuna fish in to shallow, rocky waters where they could be
Mongabay
12/5/2017

Huge new ocean reserves announced in Mexico, Arctic
The past couple weeks have brought major news about two important new marine reserves. On November 24, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto signed a decree creating the Revillagigedo Archipelago National Park, protecting nearly 150,000 square kilome
physorg.com
12/1/2017

(Phys.org)—A team of researchers with members from the U.S., Portugal and France has conducted a study of the amount of energy required by the two main types of tortoises that reside on the Galapagos Islands—the domed and the saddleback—to flip them
Mining.com
11/30/2017

Vancouver-based gold junior, Lumina Gold (CVE:LUM), closed $20 million to help fund the company's projects in Ecuador. Lumina had planned to raise $15 million for the work at the start of the month but up-sized the offering due to "positive institut
World Bank
11/29/2017

Making violence prevention projects work in small, rural communities
Community leaders discuss systems of violence prevention in the community of San Juan de Floresta in Loreto, Peru. Photo credit: G Shannon, DB Peru In the Peruvian Amazon, the Lower Napo River communities that we are working with for
ReportsNReports
11/27/2017

This report studies the global ADME-Toxicology Testing market, analyzes and researches the ADME-Toxicology Testing development status and forecast in United States, EU, Japan, China, India and Southeast Asia. This report focuses on the top players i




Marine Scientists Lead Comprehensive Review Of Giant Clams Species Worldwide

Marine Scientists Lead Comprehensive Review Of


Paris hosts major climate summit _ and it s all about Trump

Paris hosts major climate summit _ and it s all


Sources of long-term reference wind data in Ireland and southwest of Scotland: A consistency analysis

Sources of long-term reference wind data in


Québec Water & Wastewater Software Company to Expand into U.S.

Québec Water & Wastewater Software Company to


Audio: Amazon tribe’s traditional medicine encyclopedia gets an update, and conservation effectiveness in Madagascar examined

Audio: Amazon tribe’s traditional medicine






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