Monthly Archives: January 2013

Originally posted on ConservationBytes.com:
As more and more empirical evidence pours in from all corners of the globe, we can only draw one conclusion about the crude measure of species richness (i.e., number of species) – having more species…

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(True) Bugs in the City

After posting the link to the urban wildlife article, I heard about a group of scientists that study true bugs, or insects in the order Hemiptera, in roundabouts in England. I have since been given an article that I thought … Continue reading

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Urban Animals: Wildlife Is Adapting to City Life

Urban Animals: Wildlife Is Adapting to City Life.

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The Warming Planet

You may have heard already that 2012 was the warmest year on record, up from 1998. There is no doubt that the planet is warming up and that human burning of fossil fuels is driving that trend. Here is a … Continue reading

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