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African Elephants Only Occupy A Fraction Of Their Potential Range by Colorado State University

Many wildlife species are threatened by shrinking habitat. But according to new research, the potential range of African elephants could be more than five times larger than its current extent. Due to 2,000 years of human pressure, African elephants have suffered dramatic population declines, and their range has shrunk to just 17% of what it […]

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These Are The 5 Costliest Invasive Species, Causing Billions In Damages by Jonathan Lambert

The impact from all invasive species cost the global economy at least $1 trillion since 1970. Invasive species can wreak havoc on local ecosystems. Cleaning up that biological wreckage comes at a big price. These invaders, often thrust into new environments unintentionally (or intentionally, to combat pests) by humans, can transmit new diseases, devastate crops […]

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A Third Of Global Farmland At ‘High’ Pesticide Pollution Risk by Kelly MacNamara

A third of the planet’s agricultural land is at “high risk” of pesticide pollution from the lingering residue of chemical ingredients that can leach into water supplies and threaten biodiversity, according to research published Monday. The use of pesticides has soared globally as agricultural production has expanded, prompting growing fears over environmental damage and calls […]

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Nearly 40 Sharks And Rays Reclassified As Threatened, Including One Species Of Ray Already Possibly Extinct

New updates on the conservation status of sharks and rays released today by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) show that 39 additional species are now facing a risk of extinction in the wild. This takes the total of all sharks and rays categorized as Vulnerable, Endangered, or Critically Endangered to 355. Ever […]

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Florida Manatees Face New Threat: Rising Levels Of Glyphosate In Blood by Sustainable Pulse

A new study in Environment International found chronic exposure to increasing levels of glyphosate, the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller, may have consequences for manatees’ immune and renal systems.A scientific study published last week concludes that Florida manatees are chronically exposed to glyphosate because of application of the herbicide to sugarcane and aquatic weeds. […]

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Want To Improve Your Health? Head To A National Park, And Absorb The Sounds by Colorado State University

Wolves howling, birds singing, rain falling-natural sounds inspire us and connect us to nature. New research by a team of scientists shows that natural sounds are also good for our health. Researchers from Carleton University, Michigan State University, Colorado State University and the National Park Service analyzed studies on the outcomes of listening to natural […]

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What Is Killing Bald Eagles In The U.S.? by Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

Bald eagles, as well as other wildlife, have been succumbing to a mysterious neurodegenerative disease in the southern United States since the 1990s. New research by the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) in Germany and the University of Georgia, U.S., identifies the cause of these deaths: a toxin produced by cyanobacteria that grow on invasive […]

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Female Wild Bonobos Provide Care For Infants Outside Their Social Group by Durham University

Scientists have witnessed bonobo apes adopting infants who were born outside of their social group for the first time in the wild. Chio, aged between 52 to 57 years old, who is thought to be post-menopausal, was seen to adopt three-year-old Ruby who had been part of another unknown group. Marie, an 18-year-old bonobo was […]

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As Endangered Birds Lose Their Songs, They Can’t Find Mates by Christina Larson

Male songbirds usually learn their tunes from adult mentors. But when aspiring crooners lack proper role models, they hit all the wrong notes-and have less success attracting mates. For five years, ecologist Ross Crates has tracked the singing ability and breeding success of critically endangered regent honeyeaters. These distinctive black and yellow birds were once […]

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When ‘Eradicated’ Species Bounce Back With A Vengeance by UC Davis

For the PNAS study, researchers in 2009 began intensive efforts to eradicate the European green crab from Stinson Beach’s Seadrift Lagoon. The crab is considered among the world’s top 100 invasive species, costing the U.S. commercial shellfish industry about $20 million in annual losses. By 2013, the population had decreased from 125,000 to fewer than […]

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Organic Materials Essential For Life On Earth Are Found For The First Time On The Surface Of An Asteroid by Royal Holloway, University of London

New research from Royal Holloway, has found water and organic matter on the surface of an asteroid sample returned from the inner Solar System. This is the first time that organic materials, which could have provided chemical precursors for the origin of life on Earth, have been found on an asteroid. The single grain sample […]

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Humans Control Majority Of Freshwater Ebb And Flow On Earth, Study Finds by Brown University

The data reveal that even though human-managed reservoirs comprise only a small percentage of all water bodies, they account for 57% of the total seasonal water storage changes globally. “We tend to think of the water cycle as a purely natural system: Rain and snowmelt run into rivers, which run to the ocean where evaporation […]

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One Of The Nation’s Largest Pipelines Caused The Biggest Spill In Decades – And We’re Just Hearing About It by Molly Taft

Unless you’re living in Huntersville, North Carolina, you may be blissfully unaware that the U.S.’s biggest gasoline spill since 1997 happened this past summer. The slowly-unfolding, little-reported-on saga in the state involves a company controlled by special interests like the Koch brothers and Shell, and a pipeline that has been transporting dirty energy for decades. […]

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Over 80% Of Atlantic Rainforest Remnants Have Been Impacted By Human Activity by Karina Toledo

Atlantic Rainforest remnants in Brazil are strung along its long coastline. The biome once covered 15% of Brazil, totaling 1,315,460 km². Only 20% of the original area is now left. The fragments are of varying sizes and have different characteristics. The IB-USP group set out to show how the loss of late-successional species correlated with […]

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Pioneering Research Reveals Gardens Are Secret Powerhouse For Pollinators by University of Bristol

Home gardens are by far the biggest source of food for pollinating insects, including bees and wasps, in cities and towns, according to new research. The study, led by the University of Bristol and published today in the Journal of Ecology, measured for the first time how much nectar is produced in urban areas and […]

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Corn Belt Farmland Has Lost A Third Of Its Carbon-Rich Soil by University of Massachusetts Amherst

More than one-third of the Corn Belt in the Midwest – nearly 100 million acres – has completely lost its carbon-rich topsoil, according to University of Massachusetts Amherst research that indicates the U.S. Department of Agricultural has significantly underestimated the true magnitude of farmland erosion. https://phys.org/news/2021-02-corn-belt-farmland-lost-carbon-rich.html