Sunday, August 21, 2011

Climate Change Will Hit Genetic Diversity: Scientific American
"For Europe, it turns out that the most genetically diverse regions are also the most endangered," says Nowak. The study predicts that loss of genetic diversity in the study insects will be greatest in the Mediterranean region, where all but two populations are projected to become extinct. This is also the region with the greatest genetic diversity.
Flashback: These people think you're stupid: They're trying to sell the idea that slight warmth is harmful to the Earth's biodiversity
Costa Rica had six groups (with one seeing 399 species), Ecuador had five (with two tallying more than 400 species)

'Tis the Season: Christmas Bird Count is an Alaska Tradition — Alaska eBird
Barrow held a count in 1975, but recorded zero birds.

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