Tracking turtles in the Mediterranean

Tracking turtles in the Mediterranean

It's quite a challenge developing a conservation plan for a threatened migratory animal like the loggerhead sea turtle. Their movements may be uncertain and variable,...

Integrating plant- and animal-based perspectives for more effective restoration of biodiversity

Integrating plant- and animal-based perspectives for more effective restoration of biodiversity

Ecological restoration of modified and degraded landscapes is an important challenge for the 21st century, with potential for major gains in the recovery of...

Second hand smoke: Nations with fewer Greenhouse gases most vulnerable to climate change

Second hand smoke: Nations with fewer Greenhouse gases most vulnerable to climate change

A new study by The University of Queensland (UQ) and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) shows a dramatic global mismatch between nations producing the most...

DPoint Feb feature article - What's in a name?

DPoint Feb feature article - What's in a name?

The consequences of inconsistently classifying woodland birds (and other terms) Woodland birds are bird species which depend on native woodlands. They are sometimes...

Intact ecosystems provide best defence against climate change

Intact ecosystems provide best defence against climate change

With climate change now posing a clear and present danger all around the planet, scientists are calling for more intelligence in the decisions we make about how we...

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    Tracking turtles in the Mediterranean

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    Second hand smoke: Nations with fewer Greenhouse gases most vulnerable to climate change

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    DPoint Feb feature article - What's in a name?

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