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Humans are responsible for increasingly warm daily minimum and maximum temperatures in China, new research in Geophysical Research Letters suggests
Research published in the scientific journal Palaeontology.
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Climate change is about more than just polar bears. That is the message from Dr Kate Manzo whose research into climate change communication has been published in Meteorological Applications.
If you’ve got lots of land to tend and little time or money to do it, consider a new (and nonconventional) landscaping solution: goats! Google used goats instead of landscaping company and you can too!
An international team of scientists have discovered how 'climate footprints' played a major role in causing mass extinction of mammals in the late quaternary era, 50,000 years ago, reports Evolution.
Scientists studying the environmental impact of Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast of Louisiana and the city of New Orleans have revealed the ecological impact and human health risks from exposure to chemical contaminants, reports the Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
The book covers simple tricks, like tail wagging on command, to more complex moves like fetching the keys. It also helps readers design agility exercise around the specific needs and abilities of their dogs.
Scientists writing in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, have discovered that lingering oil from the 1989 Exxon Valdez spill is still being ingested by wildlife more than 20 years after the disaster.
HOME-PREPARED DOG AND CAT DIETS, SECOND EDITION (Wiley-Blackwell, April 2010) provides an introduction to nutrition of the healthy dog and cat and an extensive discussion of medical disorders that can be managed in part through diet. Presenting easy-to-follow recipes that can be prepared at home, the new edition has been completely rewritten to reflect the latest nutritional recommendations based on current research.
New Phytologist reveals how a species of birch tree adsorbs chemical compounds from neighbouring marsh tea plants, Rhondodendron tomentosum, in a unique ‘defence by neighbour strategy.
Rise of Sexual Predators in Oil and Gas Boomtowns Highlights Social Problems of Large Scale Energy Projects
Research into the social and environmental effects on communities that are economically dependent on oil and gas industries published in Conservation Biology, revealed that over a nine year period the number of registered sex offenders in energy ‘boomtowns’ was two to three times higher than towns dependent on other industries.
“Animalkind raises all the important ethical questions about how we should treat animals. Whether you are a meat-eater or a vegan, after reading Jean Kazez's lively and concise book, you'll be provoked to think long and hard about her arguments.” —Peter Singer, Author of In Defense of Animals (Wiley-Blackwell, 2005)
"This book will make readers on both sides of animal issues think very deeply. Essential reading for everyone who is interested in ethical issues regarding the use of animals." —Temple Grandin, Author of Animals Make Us Human and Animals in Translation
This book may overturn all you believe about the pending oil crisis. It is set to become one of the most authoratitive examinations of 21st century oil resources.
Biotropica assess Ecuador's Yasuní-ITT initiative which aims to prevent millions of tons of carbon emissions from entering the atmosphere by not drilling for oil in the Amazon rainforest.
Research published in Molecular Ecology reveals that Alligators display the same loyalty to their mating partners as birds and may lead to a better understanding of Dinosaur mating
A section of the new issue of Pest Management Science is devoted to the relationship between modern pest science and the work of Charles Darwin. 2009 marks the 200th anniversary of Darwin’s birth, and this November, his seminal work, On the Origin of Species, celebrates its 150th anniversary.
Waste-Based Biofuel Could Cut Global Emissions by Over 80%
The Journal of Quaternary Science reports the major decision to move boundary dates of Earth's Prehistory
Scientists combine model-based cognitive problem-solving with creativity
New research explores effect of global warming on spring flowers and predicts world wide ‘desynchronisation’ of plant life
Are you Green Minded? New Book Reveals Relationship Between Human Psychology and Nature Conservation