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The Hauraki Gulf - New Zealand
Science & Tech  (tags: nature, wildlife, water, environment )

- 1921 days ago -
The Hauraki Gulf is a coastal feature of the North Island of New Zealand. It has a total area of 4000 km², and lies between the Auckland Region, the Coromandel Peninsula, and the Hauraki Plains. Hauraki is Māori for North Wind.
Coal Ash Spill Reveals Risks, Lapses in Waste Regulation
Science & Tech  (tags: destruction, ecosystems, energy, environment, habitatdestruction, humans, politics, pollution, science, suffering, nature, wildlife, abuse, americans, children, culture, dishonesty, family, health, humans, disease, research, risks, energy, technology )

- 1924 days ago -
"The coal ash spill in Tennessee last month is putting a spotlight on whether the ash from 450 other power plants around the country could be contaminating the nation's drinking water supplies."
Rare Pink Iguana Evaded Darwin
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, wildlife, scientists, study, science, research )

- 1927 days ago -
When English naturalist Charles Darwin explored the Galapagos Islands in the early 1800s, he, and countless scientists since, overlooked a hefty pink iguana
Beaked Whales , A Myserious Deep Water Species
Science & Tech  (tags: whales, wildlife, habitat, environment, extinction, research, science )

Raven Sky
- 1950 days ago -
Recent studies have shown that the beaks of Beaked Whales which are thought to be competition between males, actually evolved thorugh Sexual Selection. Very little is known about these mysterious beings of the deep
Update on Cascadia Reserarch in Hawaii
Science & Tech  (tags: whales, wildlife, endangered, protection, research, Gizmos, habitat )

Raven Sky
- 1950 days ago -
Cascadia Institute is a Marine Mammal Research group based out of Olymipia Washington.. I had a class with one of the researchers who studies Gray Whales during my Marine Naturalist trianing. Currently they are in Hawaii studying movement patterns o
Beavers Build a Burrow and the Town Gives a Dam
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, GoodNews, wildlife, protection )

- 1988 days ago -
Eight of the rodents who took up residence in a downtown creek in Martinez, Calif., are staying put despite a noisy construction project near their lodge, supporters say.
Science & Tech  (tags: habitatdestruction, protection, environment, endangered, animals, wildlife, research, scientists, study, world, science, environment )

- 1992 days ago -
MEXICO CITY - Beneath the tourist gondolas in the remains of a great Aztec lake lives a creature that resembles a monster -- and a Muppet -- with its slimy tail, plumage-like gills and mouth that curls into an odd smile.
NASA Earth Impacts Linked to Human-Caused Climate Change
Science & Tech  (tags: NASA, climate, climate-change, climatechange, CO2emissions, humans, world, wildlife, globalwarming, environment, globalwarming, study, discovery, scientists )

- 2044 days ago -
"Humans are influencing climate through increasing greenhouse gas emissions and the warming is causing impacts on physical and biological systems that are now attributable at the global scale and in North America, Europe, and Asia," said Rosenzweig.
Voices Needed To Fight The Dangers Of Global Warming
Science & Tech  (tags: climate-change, UCS, essays, photographs, globalwarming, destruction, climatechange, nature, wildlife, world, pollution, habitatdestruction, ecosystems, environment, oceans, science, suffering )

- 2050 days ago -
Now it's time for new voices to inspire us to fight the dangers of global warming. The submission process is open to anyone in the United States through November 15, 2008. A panel of judges will select the top essays and photographs to be included
Global Warming Research Getting More Dangerous?
Science & Tech  (tags: animals, protection, suffering, endangered, climate-change, globalwarming, wildlife, research )

- 2050 days ago -
ALASKA - A hungry polar bear stuck on land forced five scientists studying the effects of global warming to be airlifted away from their camp. Polar bears are becoming increasingly trapped on land well away from their usual seal prey, say biologists.
What Is Killing the Bats of Pincher Creek?
Science & Tech  (tags: wildlife, bats, warning, health, disease, research, safety, risks, science, humans, illness, interesting )

- 2058 days ago -
A mystery surrounding the large number of dead animals on a wind farm in Alberta prompted a groundbreaking study at the University of Calgary that found the drop in air pressure around some turbines resulted in fatal respiratory injuries
How Peacocks Got Their Colorful Tails
Science & Tech  (tags: avian discovery, interesting, research, science, wildlife )

- 2063 days ago -
The male peacock's tail was a problem for the father of evolutionary theory, Charles Darwin, who struck upon the idea that the colorful fan of feathers was attractive to females. He's right. Noted in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
We Are Running Out Out Time! So, Race To Save Our Chimpanzees
Science & Tech  (tags: endangered, habitat, habitatdestruction, nature, protection, wildlife, suffering, killing, killed, wildlife, extinction, rescued, conservation, animalwelfare, abuse, AnimalCruelty, animaladvocates, cruelty )

- 2110 days ago -
I remember when Louis Leaky gave Jane Goodall an opportunity for her research. Now, she is giving other people opportunities through the Jane Goodall Institute. Chimpanzees are being rescue to go live at Chimp Eden. Love, DobieMax
Researchers Explain Nitrogen Paradox In Forests, Illuminating How Ecosystems Respond To Global Warming
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, climate-change, destruction, conservation, ecosystems, endangered, environment, forests, globalwarming, trees, wildlife, nature, habitat, science, scientists, study, technology )

- 2125 days ago -
Nitrogen is essential to all life on Earth, and the processes by which it cycles through the environment may determine how ecosystems respond to global warming. But certain aspects of the nitrogen cycle in temperate and tropical forests have puzzled ...
International Wolf Center - Modern Wolf's Distant Cousin - Dire Wolf(Canis Dirus)
Science & Tech  (tags: wildlife, environment, wildanimals, interesting, unusual, animals, nature, ancient, archaeology, discovery, design, research, interesting, study, environment, habitat, science, world )

- 2128 days ago -
Anyone who wants wants to learn about wolves has a wealth of knowledge at their fingertips,print,video etc.,but the premodern history of the wolf is less accessible.Dire Wolf,the modern wolf's most well known prehistoric relative lived during the Pleistoc

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