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11 January 2017

Bird species vanish from UK due to climate change and habitat loss [The Guardian]

Rising temperatures and crop farming mean birds are disappearing from parts of England, says study, while butterflies and dragonflies are faring better.

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10 January 2017

Wastewater treatment upgrades result in major reduction of intersex fish [Phys]

Upgrades to a wastewater treatment plant along Ontario’s Grand River led to a 70 per cent drop in fish that have both male and female characteristics within one year and a full recovery of the fish population within three years, according to researchers at the University of Waterloo.

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10 January 2017

Warming world harming insects’ reproduction, says study [BBC]

A warming world harms insects’ ability to reproduce, which could have long-term consequences, scientists warn.

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10 January 2017

Ancient human disturbances may skewer our understanding of Amazon Basin [Phys]

Pre-European human populations of the Amazon Basin may have affected our contemporary understanding of the forest’s structure and composition, and thus our calculations of its impact on carbon dioxide remediation, according to new findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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10 January 2017

New Look at Rivers Reveals The Toll of Human Activity [Yale Environment 360]

A recent outbreak of a deadly fish parasite on the Yellowstone River may have seemed unremarkable. But a new wave of research shows the episode was likely linked to the cumulative impact of human activities that essentially weakened the Yellowstone’s "immune system."

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