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5 December 2016

Micrologie

Petit blog d’écologie pratique et théorique

Minuscule blog sur la science et l’environnement, Micrologie s’intéresse à des affaires insolites ou franchement décalées. Détails, vétilles, broutilles? va savoir...
En parcourant l’actualité scientifique, de surprises en indignations, Micrologie partage des petites histoires qui, mine de rien, créent nos liens avec la Planète.

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23 November 2016

Les insectes pollinisateurs nous en mettent plein la vue [Ministère de l’Environnement, de l’Energie et de la Mer]

Connaissez-vous le point commun entre le cacaotier et la tomate, le cerisier et la courge, le caféier et le pommier ? Leurs précieux fruits et légumes ne tiennent qu’à la fascinante rencontre entre leurs fleurs et des insectes. Partons à la rencontre de ces pollinisateurs !

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9 November 2016

OneZoom

OneZoom is an interactive map of the evolutionary relationships between the species on our planet. Explore the diversity of life on Earth, and discover your favourites on our tree of life.

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3 November 2016

Mapping the World’s Biodiversity

Within this site you will find maps of biodiversity across our world. Global maps include terrestrial vertebrates and marine cone snails and are based on species range maps from the IUCN (mammals, amphibians, and cone snails) and BirdLife International and NatureServe (birds). For the USA, there are maps of all terrestrial vertebrates, freshwater fish, and trees, as well as a map of conservation priorities for the country. Brazil maps include birds, mammals, and amphibians.

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1 November 2016

Rethinking Ecology

New open access journal

Rethinking Ecology is an open access journal that aims at fostering both forward thinking and the publication of novel ideas in ecology. The term ecology in this instance should be understood in the broadest sense, and contributions including (but not limited to) evolution, ecophysiology, environmental sciences, global change biology, human ecology and decision ecology are all welcome. To achieve these aims, the journal exclusively publishes perspective papers with an emphasis on new hypotheses and bold ideas. As opposed to other journals, contributions to Rethinking Ecology are not commissioned. We believe that novel ideas do not arise from direct invitations and we are committed to enable authors to publish their best ideas and perspectives, regardless of their seniority, their publication track record and their country of origin.

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