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12 April 2018

La pollution à l’ozone menace aussi nos assiettes [The Conversation]

Troisième gaz à effet de serre, après le dioxyde de carbone et le méthane, l’ozone constitue en effet l’un des polluants atmosphériques les plus phytotoxiques (toxiques pour les plantes), causant des dommages importants sur les cultures agricoles dans le monde entier.

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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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