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12 December 2016

Deforestation in French Guiana linked to increase in infectious tropical disease [Phys]

An international team of researchers has found evidence that suggests human deforestation efforts in French Guiana has led to an increase in the number of animals and insects infected with the tropical disease Buruli ulcer. In their paper published in the journal Science Advances, the team describes their study of the bacteria that causes the disease and what their findings imply for the study of the spread of diseases in such areas.

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12 December 2016

Evolution in action: A fish adapts quickly to lethal levels of pollution [Phys]

Evolution is working hard to rescue some urban fish from a lethal, human-altered environment, according to a study led by the University of California, Davis, and published Dec. 9 in the journal Science.

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12 December 2016

Controversial impact factor gets a heavyweight rival [Nature/News]

Elsevier’s CiteScore uses a larger database — and provides different results for the quality of journals.

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12 December 2016

Fighting Bugs with Bugs [Scientific American]

A new organic farming technique uses native plants to attract critters that eat harmful insects.

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12 December 2016

Le retour du gypaète barbu, rapace impérial et fascinant [ReporTerre]

« On ne sait pas s’il est beau ou s’il est moche, mais le gypaète barbu est impressionnant. » Autrefois jugé diabolique, exterminé au XIXe siècle, ce grand vautour a été réintroduit dans les Alpes. Aujourd’hui, il est la vedette du Parc national de la Vanoise.

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