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16 February 2016

Les scientifiques étudient les mystères de la truite [ La Dépêche du Midi]

"Où est Charlie...euh non...Où est Simon" "Où est Charlie...euh non...Où est Simon" © FM

Les meilleurs scientifiques et hydrobiologistes Haut-Garonnais et des départements voisins se sont retrouvés à la Maison de la Pêche, accueillis par le président de l’AAPPMA, Jean Lérimé, et de son équipe. Au programme, des communications scientifiques qui permettent d’élucider un à un, les petits mystères que recèlent encore les truites du Luchonnais. Les précisions de Daniel Estrade, membre de l’AAPPMA.

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15 February 2016

’Wrong type of trees’ in Europe increased global warming [BBC]

The assumption that planting new forests helps limit climate change has been challenged by a new study.

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15 February 2016

Gene discovery suggests surprising evolutionary pattern [Phys]

Cornell researchers have discovered a gene in Drosophila (fruit flies) that predicts whether an individual fly will be susceptible or resistant to bacterial infection.

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15 February 2016

Flies reared in the dark for 60 years give up their genetic secrets [Nature]

Dark-fly project looks for changes that helped fruit flies to thrive without light.

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15 February 2016

Researchers say you get what you pay for when it comes to payments for ecosystem services [Mongabay]

A new study suggests that payments for ecosystem services only work when they provide enough economic incentive to local people to encourage active participation in conservation. Researchers say you get what you pay for when it comes to payments for ecosystem services.

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