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12 April 2018

One-fifth of carbon entering coastal waters of eastern North America is buried [Phys]

Coastal waters play an important role in the carbon cycle by transferring carbon to the open ocean or burying it in wetland soils and ocean sediments, a new study shows.

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12 April 2018

La taphonomie, qu’est ce que c’est ? [The Conversation]

Comment des os, voire de la peau ou des plumes d’animaux disparus, espèces éteintes parfois depuis des millions d’années peuvent-ils se fossiliser et arriver jusqu’à nous ? Quels enseignements tirer d’une accumulation d’ossements et d’outils ou de traces d’activités humaines du passé ?

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12 April 2018

Species with big sex differences are more likely to die out [New Scientist]

It was Darwin who realised that sexual selection by females can lead to the evolution of extreme traits in males– from colourful plumage to extravagant dances and displays – that reduce their overall fitness. Biologists have been arguing about how this affects the long-term survival of species ever since.

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12 April 2018

The Elusive Calculus of Insects’ Altruism and Kin Selection [Quantamagazine]

How the ultra-cooperative behavior of ants, bees and other social insects could have evolved continues to challenge formal analysis. But a new theory that includes hedging bets against nature’s unpredictability may help to change the math and shift the debate.

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12 April 2018

Droughts mean fewer flowers for bees [Phys]

Bees could be at risk from climate change because more frequent droughts could cause plants to produce fewer flowers, new research shows.

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