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29 June 2018

Au Gabon, des crocodiles orange vivent dans des grottes depuis trois mille an [Le Monde - Planète]

Dans le noir absolu, ces animaux survivent avec un régime alimentaire particulier, sans poissons ni crustacés. Ils se nourrissent de chauves-souris, de criquets ou de grillons.

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29 June 2018

How microscopic marine algae cope with changing ocean conditions [Phys]

Human activities are changing the ocean on a global scale, with seawater in some regions becoming warmer, more acidic, and less well mixed. One possible result of reduced ocean mixing is that nutrients, which act like fertilizer for marine algae, could become less available near the sea surface.

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28 June 2018

Cyprus asserts itself as regional hub for climate-change research [Nature - News]

Proposed science institute will focus on the Mediterranean and Middle East, regions that will be hard hit by global warming.

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28 June 2018

L’agence sanitaire française recommande de surveiller treize nouveaux polluants dans l’air [Le Monde - Planète]

Parmi les substances prioritaires identifiées par l’Anses figurent le 1,3-butadiène, les particules ultrafines et le carbone suie. Elles ne sont pas réglementées aujourd’hui.

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28 June 2018

Habitat fragmentation can promote disease outbreaks [Phys]

A new study surrounding the topic, proposed by University of Minnesota Ph.D. student Lauren White in the College of Biological Sciences; and her advisors, James Forester, College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences, and Meggan Craft, College of Veterinary Medicine, was recently published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). Its findings run counter to previous disease transmission models’ predictions—suggesting that habitat fragmentation may promote disease outbreaks in some scenarios.

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