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Study of ocean migration indicates that local management of the population may be insufficient and supports recently proposed listing for Atlantic sturgeon under US Endangered Species Act.
A study suggests that the cost of old age on health services in industrialized nations may need to be re-measured.
STONY BROOK, N.Y., July 9 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A compendium on trophic cascades and how they operate in the world's major ecosystems has been published for the first time.
STONY BROOK, N.Y., May 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Stony Brook University Tennis Coach Gary Glassman, currently in his 11th season as the head men's and women's coach, will be running his 10th annual summer tennis camp in July. This is the only residential and day tennis camp on Long Island.
Linking power generators along US East Coast could compensate for natural wind fluctuation, provide more consistent electricity production.
The world's largest global environmental network announces that more sturgeon species are critically endangered than any other comprehensively assessed group of species.
FALLS CHURCH, Va., Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- 4 Star Camps (http://www.4starcamps.com) announced today that they will be partnering with Stony Brook University, a NCAA Division I college on Long Island, NY, to provide residential and day tennis camps starting in 2010.
These breakthrough findings provide strong evidence for enacting international trade protection for hammerhead sharks at the March 2010 CITES meeting in Qatar.
Stony Brook University researchers find elevated carbon dioxide concentrations impede growth and survival of bivalve larvae.
When scientists announced in May the discovery of a fossil which showed an evolutionary â€œmissing linkâ€ between humans and apes, experts were skeptical the fossil was even a close human relative.