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Issues related to threatened and endangered species are the focus of two new studies appearing in the journal Science, one of which focuses on how to balance recovery efforts with the eradication of invasive species.
Cape Cod and its marshes are in distress. And the blame for the distress, it appears, can be very evenly spread between humans and some of the animals that call the marshes home.
University of Georgia student Virginia Schutte describes how a summer in Taiwan gave her the opportunity to get to the bottom of an invasive species problem in mangrove forests there.
ALBANY, Ore., Oct.
Researchers measuring impacts of short- and long-term exposure in extensive Gulf Coast marshes.
In 1988, a mysterious invader washed upon the New Jersey shore - the Asian shore crab - which likely arrived in ballast from commercial ships and found its new home to be quite agreeable.
Global warming may exact a toll on salt marshes in New England, but new research shows that one key constituent of marshes may be especially endangered.
By Zoe Elizabeth Buck, The News & Observer, Raleigh, N.C. Jul. 22--With restrictions on watering still stringent in many Triangle communities, keeping lawns green can be a challenge -- especially as temperatures rise.
Blue Grama is an indigenous perennial grass in North America ranging in color from green to a greenish grey with a long life span in warm conditions. It can be found in southern parts of Canada through the Midwestern United States and down into Mexico. Blue grama can thrive in a variety of topographic regions and soil textures. The plant ranges in height from 6 to 12 inches with a root span of 12 to 18 inches growing from 3 to 6 feet deep. Blue Grama can be grown from seed, but the...
- The deadly nightshade, Atropa Belladonna, which possesses stupefying or poisonous properties.
- A sleeping-potion; a soporific.
- To mutter deliriously.