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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 3 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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WDAM-TV Hattiesburg
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
WDAM-TV Hattiesburg / Posted 4 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 4 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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14 WFIE Evansville
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
14 WFIE Evansville / Posted 4 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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TribLIVE
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
TribLIVE / Posted 7 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
KTVN Reno / Posted 7 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
Hawaii News Now / Posted 8 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 8 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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WALB Albany
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
WALB Albany / Posted 8 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 8 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 8 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 8 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
Dayton Daily News / Posted 10 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 10 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 11 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 11 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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9&10 News Cadillac
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
9&10 News Cadillac / Posted 11 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
KXXV Waco / Posted 11 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 11 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Newly discovered Nevada toad species already under threatof Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandl
KWWL Iowa / Posted 11 hours ago
of Nevada, Reno, researcher Michelle Gordon, former UNR researcher Eric Simandle and UNR Professor C. Richard Tracy, a biologist who has a species of lizard named after him in Argentina. The unique toad first caught the eye of scientists in... Read more
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The Dalles Chronicle
Looking Back on July 23, 2017a frog with six legs. Over in La Pine, 10-year-old Brandy Park’s frog had 11. H
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
a frog with six legs. Over in La Pine, 10-year-old Brandy Park’s frog had 11. Her mother called Chris Carey, a non-game biologist with the Department of Fish and Wildlife in Bend, who checked the pond and found several more deformed creatures.... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
As Lyme disease spreads, researchers focus on stemming the threat in Mainethe health of Maine’s moose. For about seven years, the Animal Health Lab has b
Bangor Daily News / Posted 17 hours ago
the health of Maine’s moose. For about seven years, the Animal Health Lab has been working with the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (IF&W) to study moose survival rates and mortality sources. The lab is part of a multiyear study... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Paddlers’ paradise: Canoeing the Kenai National Wildlife Refugemake the Kenai Refuge Canoe System, which offers nearly 120 miles of trail trav
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 2 days ago
make the Kenai Refuge Canoe System, which offers nearly 120 miles of trail traveling across 70 lakes throughout the Kenai Wildlife Refuge. The canoe system draws between 1,000 and 2,000 people annually on day trips or backcountry camping... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Fur seal rescued after weeks trapped in fishing neteast coast. A member of the public reported the entangled seal to the environm
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
east coast. A member of the public reported the entangled seal to the environment department on July 7, but Marine biologist Sam Thalmann said the seal had been "extremely flighty" and staff were unable to approach it. "We had reports that... Read more
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BC Local News
Ellis Bird Farm staff and volunteers are celebrating 35 yearspeoples. "It's our way of recognizing that others were in Central Alberta for
BC Local News / Posted 3 days ago
peoples. "It's our way of recognizing that others were in Central Alberta for more than the past 150 years," said Biologist and Site Services Manager Myrna Pearman. A deck opening ceremony, in which the funds were donated from the Red... Read more
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Daily Mail
Inside Teresa Palmer's $40,000 a night Maldives retreatand bathtub. What a view! Meanwhile for Teresa and Mark there is an outdoor sp
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
and bathtub. What a view! Meanwhile for Teresa and Mark there is an outdoor spa and wooden decking Getting around the island: All accommodation on Soneva Fushi comes with its own bicycles That's different! The master bedroom also includes a... Read more
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Miami New Times
An Undercover Sting Illuminates the Dark Side of Florida's Booming Alligator Industryat the time, but Blackledge had a secret agenda: His real name was Jeff Babauta
Miami New Times / Posted 4 days ago
at the time, but Blackledge had a secret agenda: His real name was Jeff Babauta, and he'd been sent by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to round up alligator poachers. On a two-year undercover sting in the heart of the state's... Read more
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Miami New Times
An Undercover Sting Illuminates the Dark Side of Florida's Booming Alligator Industryat the time, but Blackledge had a secret agenda: His real name was Jeff Babauta
Miami New Times / Posted 4 days ago
at the time, but Blackledge had a secret agenda: His real name was Jeff Babauta, and he'd been sent by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to round up alligator poachers. On a two-year undercover sting in the heart of the state's... Read more
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TribLIVE
Pennsylvania Game Commission asks for public support in treating chronic wasting diseasesaid. So far, no elk has come back positive for wasting disease. Wayne Laroch
TribLIVE / Posted 7 days ago
said. So far, no elk has come back positive for wasting disease. Wayne Laroche, director of the commission's bureau of wildlife management, wouldn't commit to trying targeted removal — i.e., sharpshooting — of elk. But he didn't rule anything... Read more
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The Bristol Bay Times
Eagle takes down Internet firm's drone in UnalaskaThe drones and animals are having more and more interactions in the Aleutian Is
The Bristol Bay Times / Posted 8 days ago
The drones and animals are having more and more interactions in the Aleutian Islands, some friendlier than others. An eagle killed a flying drone last month in Unalaska. Scientists cover a lot of ground counting Steller sea lions with the airborne... Read more
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Rutland Herald
AROUNDTOWN |in the book arts workshop at Dartmouth College. For more information, call 259
Rutland Herald / Posted 9 days ago
in the book arts workshop at Dartmouth College. For more information, call 259-2460. MOUNT HOLLY — Vermont Fish & Wildlife biologists will present the techniques and programs available for promoting wildlife habitat, at 7 p.m., Tuesday,... Read more
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Summerland Review
Protecting Okanagan Lake’s shorelineand provide services such as clean drinking water, water infiltration, flood co
Summerland Review / Posted 9 days ago
and provide services such as clean drinking water, water infiltration, flood control and critical habitat for fish and wildlife,” said Jason Schleppe, senior biologist with the Okanagan Lake Foreshore Inventory Mapping study update. “At the... Read more
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Lake Country Calendar
Protecting Okanagan Lake’s shorelineand provide services such as clean drinking water, water infiltration, flood co
Lake Country Calendar / Posted 9 days ago
and provide services such as clean drinking water, water infiltration, flood control and critical habitat for fish and wildlife,” said Jason Schleppe, senior biologist with the Okanagan Lake Foreshore Inventory Mapping study update. “At the... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Protecting Okanagan Lake’s shorelineand provide services such as clean drinking water, water infiltration, flood co
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 9 days ago
and provide services such as clean drinking water, water infiltration, flood control and critical habitat for fish and wildlife,” said Jason Schleppe, senior biologist with the Okanagan Lake Foreshore Inventory Mapping study update. “At the... Read more
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Vernon Morning Star
Protecting Okanagan Lake’s shorelineand provide services such as clean drinking water, water infiltration, flood co
Vernon Morning Star / Posted 9 days ago
and provide services such as clean drinking water, water infiltration, flood control and critical habitat for fish and wildlife,” said Jason Schleppe, senior biologist with the Okanagan Lake Foreshore Inventory Mapping study update. “At the... Read more
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Penticton Western News
Protecting Okanagan Lake’s shorelineand provide services such as clean drinking water, water infiltration, flood co
Penticton Western News / Posted 9 days ago
and provide services such as clean drinking water, water infiltration, flood control and critical habitat for fish and wildlife,” said Jason Schleppe, senior biologist with the Okanagan Lake Foreshore Inventory Mapping study update. “At the... Read more
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KERA North Texas
For polar bears, melting ice in the Arctic means less room to roam for foodand you just haven’t been invited to it,” says video producer Luke Groskin. He
KERA North Texas / Posted 9 days ago
and you just haven’t been invited to it,” says video producer Luke Groskin. He recently made the trip with Karyn Rode, a wildlife biologist at the US Geological Survey, to film her work with the bears for Science Friday. But as the Arctic... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Shark found in Liberty County lake appears to be dumped, says game wardenis approximately 100 yards from the closest connection to the river and the Tri
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 9 days ago
is approximately 100 yards from the closest connection to the river and the Trinity would have to be at flood stage for the land connection to be covered by water. It hasn't flooded like that recently," he said. "The conditions this time simply were... Read more
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KTVB Boise
BLM firefighters rescue pygmy rabbits from wildfireWENATCHEE, Wash. -- Firefighters with the Bureau of Land Management formed a "c
KTVB Boise / Posted 10 days ago
WENATCHEE, Wash. -- Firefighters with the Bureau of Land Management formed a "capture team" to save dozens of endangered pygmy rabbits after a wildfire overran their breeding ground last week. The rescue came in the wake of the Sutherland Canyon... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
At the Market: The unbeatable beeta decade farming in Washington state before making the trek to Colorado. She us
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 10 days ago
a decade farming in Washington state before making the trek to Colorado. She uses her ecological knowledge as a former wildlife and fisheries biologist to care for the land and the water. Her farming experience instilled a love of the land and... Read more
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KTLA-TV Los Angeles
Sixth Mass Extinction Event: The Era of ‘Biological Annihilation’professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, i
KTLA-TV Los Angeles / Posted 11 days ago
professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, including well-known Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich, cite striking new evidence that populations of species we thought were common are suffering in unseen... Read more
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FOX40 Sacramento
Sixth Mass Extinction: The Era of ‘Biological Annihilation’professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, i
FOX40 Sacramento / Posted 11 days ago
professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, including well-known Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich, cite striking new evidence that populations of species we thought were common are suffering in unseen... Read more
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WPIX 11 New York
Sixth mass extinction: The era of ‘biological annihilation’professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, i
WPIX 11 New York / Posted 11 days ago
professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, including well-known Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich, cite striking new evidence that populations of species we thought were common are suffering in unseen... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Sixth mass extinction: The era of ‘biological annihilation’professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, i
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 11 days ago
professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, including well-known Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich, cite striking new evidence that populations of species we thought were common are suffering in unseen... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
Paper outlines era of 'biological annihilation'professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, i
Local 6 Orlando / Posted 12 days ago
professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, including well-known Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich, cite striking new evidence that populations of species we thought were common are suffering in unseen... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Paper outlines era of 'biological annihilation'professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, i
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 12 days ago
professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, including well-known Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich, cite striking new evidence that populations of species we thought were common are suffering in unseen... Read more
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KECI Missoula
Paper outlines era of 'biological annihilation'professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, i
KECI Missoula / Posted 12 days ago
professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, including well-known Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich, cite striking new evidence that populations of species we thought were common are suffering in unseen... Read more
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KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
Paper outlines era of 'biological annihilation'professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, i
KEYT 3 Santa Barbara / Posted 12 days ago
professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, including well-known Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich, cite striking new evidence that populations of species we thought were common are suffering in unseen... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Paper outlines era of 'biological annihilation'professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, i
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 12 days ago
professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, including well-known Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich, cite striking new evidence that populations of species we thought were common are suffering in unseen... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
Paper outlines era of 'biological annihilation'professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, i
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 12 days ago
professor at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, and his co-authors, including well-known Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich, cite striking new evidence that populations of species we thought were common are suffering in unseen... Read more
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