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30 March 2018

Le GIEC, une boussole scientifique pour le climat [The Conversation]

Les nouvelles du front climatique ne cessent d’affluer et elles véhiculent souvent des messages (apparemment) contradictoires qui peuvent laisser l’observateur perplexe.

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30 March 2018

Global analysis of large carnivore habitats [Phys]

Although humans have driven lions, tigers, wolves, bears and other large carnivores from much of their home territories across the planet, scientists have identified more than 280 areas where these animals could potentially be reintroduced to restore ecosystems on practically every continent.

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30 March 2018

Borneo’s elephants prefer degraded forests, a new study finds [Mongabay]

The team’s research highlights the importance of understanding how species use these areas, Evans said, before they’re converted to industrial agriculture.

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27 March 2018

Study results suggest wild birds suffer personality disorders due to ingestion of heavy metals [Phys]

A team of researchers from the University of Antwerp has found evidence of heavy metal ingestion by wild birds causing changes in their personalities. In their paper published in Science of The Total Environment, the group describes the multiple ways they studied bird behavior near a site known for emitting cadmium and lead, and what they found.

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26 March 2018

The world need biogeographers [Nature Ecology & Evolution - On the road]

A recent meeting of the International Biogeographical Society discusses the past, present and future impacts of climate on biodiversity.

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