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Freshwater species that rely on coldwater habitat will be affected — ScienceDaily

The increase in air temperature from climate change will make New Hampshire flows warmer, according to research conducted by Dartmouth published in Freshwater Biology . The study examined the extent to which running waters are heating up, which has implications for freshwater ecosystems across the nation as many species depend on cold water to survive. "Understanding how climate change is …

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Marine Biologist Julia Baum Won National Award And A Grant Of $250,000

A rising international star in the ecology of marine conservation Julia Baum, a marine biologist at the University of Victoria has won a prestigious award; a national award and a profitable grant of £ 250,000 for his research on the ecology of marine conservation. Six university members all over Canada, Julia Baum, to be one of them, will receive a …

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2 of Pruitt’s top aides leave EPA amid ethics investigations

CORRECT THE POSITION OF LEFT LEFT, NOT SECOND LEFT – FILES – In this photo of 19 April 2017, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt speaks at a press conference with Pasquale "Nino "Perrotta, left, in East Chicago, Ind. Pruitt is announcing the departure of two top assistants among the ethics investigations at the agency. Pruitt says …

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Scientists Employ An Algorithm to Help Predict Animal Behaviors

Yuste Lab, Columbia University Like sentient toys in Toy Story animals seem to lead exciting lives when humans are not watching. The ancient creatures called Hydra, on the other hand, do not seem to be doing much. But this is what makes them so interesting. In a recent study, researchers used an automatic learning algorithm, usually used to filter spam …

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