New buzz around insect DNA analysis and biodiversity estimates
Researchers on a remote New Zealand island combine traditional field methods with DNA sequencing to estimate invertebrate biodiversityRead More
Does mountaintop removal also remove rattlesnakes?
Mining operations in Appalachia permanently alter habitat availability for rattlesnakes January 3, 2018 For Immediate Release Contact: Zoe Gentes, 202-833-8773 ext. 211, gro.asenull@setnegz On the Cumberland Plateau in eastern Kentucky, surface coal mining is destroying ridgelines and mountaintops, and along with them, the habitat of a surprisingly gentle reptile species – the timber rattlesnake. “Timber rattlesnakes may be…Read More
Biodiversity not a risk factor for emerging diseases and other new research from ESA journals
Ecological Society of America tipsheet for 30 March 2017Read More
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