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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Scientists create magic pill to reduce methane emissions by 20 per cent in beef cattleemissions account for around 10 per cent of Australia's green house gas emissio
Scientists create magic pill to reduce methane emissions by 20 per cent in beef cattle
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted an hour ago
emissions account for around 10 per cent of Australia's green house gas emissions. (ABC Rural: Cassandra Steeth ) Photo: University of Adelaide researcher Dr Mariana Caetano says scientists have developed a cost-effective feed supplement capable... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
Daily Liberal / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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The Border Mail
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
The Border Mail / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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The Courier
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
The Courier / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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WA Today
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
WA Today / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
Northern Daily Leader / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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The Young Witness
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
The Young Witness / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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Canberra Times
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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Western Advocate
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
Western Advocate / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
Kiama Independent / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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Manning River Times
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
Manning River Times / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted an hour ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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Herald Sun
Humans becoming part cyborg: SA expertsare already part machine and will become more so as technological advances allo
Humans becoming part cyborg: SA experts
Herald Sun / Posted 2 hours ago
are already part machine and will become more so as technological advances allow them to rely less on their own biology, University of Adelaide professor Maciej Henneberg says. The co-author of new book The Dynamic Human believes that in the... Read more
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The North West Star
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
The North West Star / Posted 2 hours ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 hours ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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The Age
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
The Age / Posted 2 hours ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slumpslump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona
Revealed: Why our brains get so tired in the afternoon - and how to beat the slump
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 hours ago
slump. Feeling drowsy after lunch is completely natural, according to Dr Fiona Kerr, a neuro specialist from the University of Adelaide, who explains that humans are "built for two sleeps a day". "Sleep deprivation in general has a... Read more
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Newsmax
Cephalopods Thrive: Warming Oceans Promise Lots of Calimariare thriving in warming oceans, according to a study published Monday in the jo
Cephalopods Thrive: Warming Oceans Promise Lots of Calimari
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
are thriving in warming oceans, according to a study published Monday in the journal Current Biology. Researchers at the University of Adelaide examined data from cephalopod fisheries around the world and found steady increases in cephalopod... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Study looks at rural families dealing with cancermanage when one parent is diagnosed with cancer will be the focus of a psycholo
Study looks at rural families dealing with cancer
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
manage when one parent is diagnosed with cancer will be the focus of a psychology honours thesis by a former Loxton woman. University of Adelaide student Eleanor Garrard grew up in Loxton and graduated dux of Loxton High School in 2012. She said... Read more
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Brisbane Times
'I would be loathe to sign it'of a job, you get told the fare, and that is the maximum you can charge. Andre
'I would be loathe to sign it'
Brisbane Times / Posted 2 days ago
of a job, you get told the fare, and that is the maximum you can charge. Andrew Stewart, John Bray Professor of Law at the University of Adelaide: There's no guaranteed payments for the work you do. You can go your own way clause "[Uber] reserves... Read more
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WA Today
'I would be loathe to sign it'of a job, you get told the fare, and that is the maximum you can charge. Andre
'I would be loathe to sign it'
WA Today / Posted 2 days ago
of a job, you get told the fare, and that is the maximum you can charge. Andrew Stewart, John Bray Professor of Law at the University of Adelaide: There's no guaranteed payments for the work you do. You can go your own way clause "[Uber] reserves... Read more
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The Age
'I would be loathe to sign it'of a job, you get told the fare, and that is the maximum you can charge. Andre
'I would be loathe to sign it'
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
of a job, you get told the fare, and that is the maximum you can charge. Andrew Stewart, John Bray Professor of Law at the University of Adelaide: There's no guaranteed payments for the work you do. You can go your own way clause "[Uber] reserves... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
'I would be loathe to sign it'of a job, you get told the fare, and that is the maximum you can charge. Andre
'I would be loathe to sign it'
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
of a job, you get told the fare, and that is the maximum you can charge. Andrew Stewart, John Bray Professor of Law at the University of Adelaide: There's no guaranteed payments for the work you do. You can go your own way clause "[Uber] reserves... Read more
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Canberra Times
'I would be loathe to sign it'of a job, you get told the fare, and that is the maximum you can charge. Andre
'I would be loathe to sign it'
Canberra Times / Posted 2 days ago
of a job, you get told the fare, and that is the maximum you can charge. Andrew Stewart, John Bray Professor of Law at the University of Adelaide: There's no guaranteed payments for the work you do. You can go your own way clause "[Uber] reserves... Read more
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Manning River Times
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise1950s. These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an inter
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
1950s. These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an international team led by Zoe Doubleday at the University of Adelaide. Dr Doubleday said: "Cephalopods have a unique set of biological traits, including rapid growth,... Read more
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express
Here’s looking at you, squid… Why octopuses have their tentacles in everything.of a database which revealed global cephalopods numbers are on the rise. Profe
Here’s looking at you, squid… Why octopuses have their tentacles in everything.
express / Posted 2 days ago
of a database which revealed global cephalopods numbers are on the rise. Professor Bronwyn Gillanders, a member of the University of Adelaide team conducting the research, said: "We're currently investigating what may be causing them to... Read more
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News.com.au
Octopus, squid and cuttlefish bounce backpredators" are considered the weeds of the sea because of their rapid growth, f
Octopus, squid and cuttlefish bounce back
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
predators" are considered the weeds of the sea because of their rapid growth, flexibility and short life expectancy, University of Adelaide study author Zoe Doubleday says. "This allows them to adapt to changes in environmental conditions,... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Daydreaming makes you productivecreativity and help when it comes to tackling complex problems, according to Fi
Daydreaming makes you productive
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 3 days ago
creativity and help when it comes to tackling complex problems, according to Fiona Kerr, a neurology specialist from the University of Adelaide. "Far from being a waste of time, daydreaming allows the mind to wander," explains... Read more
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CNET
Squids, octopuses and cuttlefish are on the risecuttlefish. Scott Portelli, Wildlife Photographer, @scott.portelli A team of
Squids, octopuses and cuttlefish are on the rise
CNET / Posted 3 days ago
cuttlefish. Scott Portelli, Wildlife Photographer, @scott.portelli A team of researchers led by Zoë Doubleday of the University of Adelaide were able to gauge the rate of population growth by looking at fishing. Catch rates of cephalopods... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Savvy squid, octopuses on rise despite warming oceansresearchers said Monday. The findings, based on a global database of cephalopo
Savvy squid, octopuses on rise despite warming oceans
Manila Bulletin / Posted 3 days ago
researchers said Monday. The findings, based on a global database of cephalopod catch rates devised by researchers at the University of Adelaide, were reported in the journal Current Biology. “Our analyses showed that cephalopod abundance has... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Calls to protect animals from dronespractice to protect animals and wildlife from research drones is needed until a
Calls to protect animals from drones
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
practice to protect animals and wildlife from research drones is needed until any negative effects are fully understood, a University of Adelaide researcher says. Jarrod Hodgson from the University's Unmanned Research Aircraft Facility said drones... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Meet the world’s future overlordsworld. Now it looks as though a new predator is set to dominate if a climate di
Meet the world’s future overlords
Daily Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
world. Now it looks as though a new predator is set to dominate if a climate disaster unfolds. Research out of the University of Adelaide shows a startling growth in the number of cephalopods — we’re talking tentacled squid, octopus and... Read more
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News.com.au
Meet the world’s future overlordsworld. Now it looks as though a new predator is set to dominate if a climate di
Meet the world’s future overlords
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
world. Now it looks as though a new predator is set to dominate if a climate disaster unfolds. Research out of the University of Adelaide shows a startling growth in the number of cephalopods — we’re talking tentacled squid, octopus and... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Got chips? Our oceans are teeming with squidCUTTLEFISH, octopus and squid are reclaiming the world’s oceans in ever-increas
Got chips? Our oceans are teeming with squid
Adelaide Now / Posted 3 days ago
CUTTLEFISH, octopus and squid are reclaiming the world’s oceans in ever-increasing numbers, University of Adelaide research shows. But don’t worry about a tentacle-driven takeover, lead author Dr Zoë Doubleday says we’ll eat them — or they’ll eat... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise1950s. These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an inter
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
1950s. These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an international team led by Zoe Doubleday at the University of Adelaide. A southern calamari in Australian waters. Photo: Jim Dodd Dr Doubleday said: "Cephalopods have a... Read more
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WA Today
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise1950s. These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an inter
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
1950s. These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an international team led by Zoe Doubleday at the University of Adelaide. A southern calamari in Australian waters. Photo: Jim Dodd Dr Doubleday said: "Cephalopods have a... Read more
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The Age
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the riseJim Dodd These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an int
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Jim Dodd These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an international team led by Zoe Doubleday at the University of Adelaide. Dr Doubleday said: "Cephalopods have a unique set of biological traits, including rapid growth,... Read more
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Canberra Times
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise1950s. These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an inter
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
1950s. These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an international team led by Zoe Doubleday at the University of Adelaide. A southern calamari in Australian waters. Photo: Jim Dodd Dr Doubleday said: "Cephalopods have a... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Animals need protection from drones via code of practice: researcherpractice to protect animals and wildlife from research drones is needed until a
Animals need protection from drones via code of practice: researcher
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
practice to protect animals and wildlife from research drones is needed until any negative effects are fully understood, a University of Adelaide researcher says. Jarrod Hodgson from the University's Unmanned Research Aircraft Facility said drones... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the riseJim Dodd These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an int
Good news for calamari lovers: squid populations on the rise
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Jim Dodd These are the findings of a global survey of fisheries data by an international team led by Zoe Doubleday at the University of Adelaide. Dr Doubleday said: "Cephalopods have a unique set of biological traits, including rapid growth,... Read more
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Boston Globe
Study sees rise of octopus, squid, and cuttlefish populationstend to boom and bust — they’re called the weeds of the sea,” Zoë Doubleday, a
Study sees rise of octopus, squid, and cuttlefish populations
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
tend to boom and bust — they’re called the weeds of the sea,” Zoë Doubleday, a marine biologist from the University of Adelaide and the study’s lead author, told Gizmodo. “If environmental conditions are good, they can rapidly... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Octopus, squid, cuttlefish numbers boom in changing oceanspollution and ocean warming. The data analysis, led by Dr Zoe Doubleday from A
Octopus, squid, cuttlefish numbers boom in changing oceans
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
pollution and ocean warming. The data analysis, led by Dr Zoe Doubleday from Australia's Environment Institute at the University of Adelaide, has confounded previous expectations that cephalopod populations go through cyclical booms and... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Is it the time of the tentacled? There's been a 'remarkable' increase in the cephalopod populationthe planet, appear to be flourishing. (David Wiltshire/PA) Dr Zoe Doubleday, f
Is it the time of the tentacled? There's been a 'remarkable' increase in the cephalopod population
Irish Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
the planet, appear to be flourishing. (David Wiltshire/PA) Dr Zoe Doubleday, from Australia’s Environment Institute at the University of Adelaide, said: “Our analyses showed that cephalopod abundance has increased since the 1950s, a result that was... Read more
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Daily Mail
More squid-like creatures swarm the sea despite environmental changeprey for many predators including whales, sharks and humans An international t
More squid-like creatures swarm the sea despite environmental change
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
prey for many predators including whales, sharks and humans An international team of biologists, led by researchers at the University of Adelaide, compiled a database of global catch rates of cephalopod to investigate long-term trends in... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Scientists herald the 'time of the tentacled' following massive octopus increasesquid, and cuttlefish - over the past six decades. Dr Zoe Doubleday, from Aust
Scientists herald the 'time of the tentacled' following massive octopus increase
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
squid, and cuttlefish - over the past six decades. Dr Zoe Doubleday, from Australia's Environment Institute at the University of Adelaide, said: "Our analyses showed that cephalopod abundance has increased since the 1950s, a result that was... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Warming seas are an octopus's garden as cephalopods surge and fish strugglerock stars of the sea, if you like to call them that,” Bronwyn Gillanders, the
Warming seas are an octopus's garden as cephalopods surge and fish struggle
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
rock stars of the sea, if you like to call them that,” Bronwyn Gillanders, the project leader and a marine biologist at the University of Adelaide, told the Guardian. “Cephalopods are often called ‘weeds of the sea’,” she said, because their “rapid... Read more
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PhysOrg
Call to minimize drone impact on wildlifenear a UAV even when stressed because it is incubating an egg or protecting its
Call to minimize drone impact on wildlife
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
near a UAV even when stressed because it is incubating an egg or protecting its hatchling," says Jarrod Hodgson of The University of Adelaide in Australia. "It is likely that animal responses vary depending on a variety of factors, including... Read more
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PhysOrg
In changing oceans, cephalopods are boomingsix decades. "The consistency was the biggest surprise," says Zoë Doubleday of
In changing oceans, cephalopods are booming
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
six decades. "The consistency was the biggest surprise," says Zoë Doubleday of Australia's Environment Institute at the University of Adelaide. "Cephalopods are notoriously variable, and population abundance can fluctuate wildly, both within and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mars appears at its biggest, brightest in over a decade11 years, it appeared much bigger and brighter in the night sky than usual. Am
Mars appears at its biggest, brightest in over a decade
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
11 years, it appeared much bigger and brighter in the night sky than usual. Amateur astronomer Dr Ian Musgrave, from the University of Adelaide, said it would trump Venus as the brightest object in the sky, aside from the Sun and the Moon. "At... Read more
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