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A shift in the prey available to Atlantic cod in the Gulf of Maine that began nearly a decade ago contributed to the controversy that surrounded the 2011 assessment for this stock.
Many animals spend their lives living in remote or inaccessible areas of the planet, so understanding their various habits can require some ingenuity from the various scientists who study them.
Researchers from the University of East Anglia in the UK have found a link between biological age, longevity and an individual’s chromosomes in a bird known as the Seychelles Warbler.
NOAA scientists have developed a population model for Atlantic herring that links herring population trends to the size of the haddock population.
CLEVELAND, April 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Cleveland Foundation today announced the winners of the 76th Annual Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards (www.anisfield-wolf.org). They are: Nicole Krauss, Great House, FictionMary Helen Stefaniak, The Cailiffs of Baghdad, Georgia, FictionDavid Eltis/David Richardson, Atlas of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, NonfictionIsabel Wilkerson, The Warmth of Other Suns, NonfictionJohn Edgar Wideman, Lifetime Achievement"The 2011 Anisfield-Wolf winners are notable for...
Tea enthusiasts everywhere can experience ancient Armenian tea culture as Authentic Teas begins distribution of its wild-crafted herbal teas, organically grown in the highlands of Armenia. Toronto, ON (PRWEB) March 28, 2011 Today tea enthusiasts everywhere can experience ancient Armenian tea culture as Authentic Teas begins distribution of its wild-crafted herbal teas, organically harvested and prepared in the highlands of the Caucasian mountains.
Scientists debate if, when and how to relocate plants, animals and insects whose habitats have been damaged by climate change.
SEATTLE, Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Lynden International announced today the promotions of David Richardson to president and Steve Tofts to vice president - international. Richardson succeeds Dennis Patrick who retired from the company Oct.
Unlike carbon dioxide and methane, laughing gas has been largely ignored by world leaders as a worrying greenhouse gas. But nitrous oxide must be taken more seriously, says Professor David Richardson from the University of East Anglia in Norwich, UK
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