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Archive: Forests

24 Aug 2016

Science in the Wild: The Legacy Of the U.S. National Park System

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11 Aug 2016

An Amazon Tribe’s Deadly Fight To Save Its Land From Logging

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28 Jul 2016

Chocolate in the Jungle: The Battle To Save a Disappearing Rainforest

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06 Jun 2016

At 1,066 Feet Above Rainforest, A View of the Changing Amazon

by DANIEL GROSSMAN
A steel structure in the Amazon, taller than the Eiffel Tower, will soon begin monitoring the atmosphere above the world’s largest tropical forest, providing an international team of scientists with key insights into how this vital region may be affected by global warming. READ MORE

12 May 2016

Saving Amphibians: The Quest To Protect Threatened Species

by JIM ROBBINS
The decline of the world’s amphibians continues, with causes ranging from fungal diseases to warmer and drier climates. Now, researchers are looking at ways to intervene with triage measures that could help save the most vulnerable populations. READ MORE

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23 Aug 2016: Study Shows Humans Learning To Use Natural Resources More Efficiently

19 Aug 2016: Scientists Find 1,075-Year-Old Tree in Northern Greece, Europe’s Oldest

18 Jul 2016: Following El Nino, Amazon At Risk of Intense Wildfire Season

15 Jul 2016: India Plants Nearly 50 Million Trees to Fight Air Pollution, Climate Change

07 Jul 2016: California’s Redwood Trees Are Best in the World at Storing CO2

20 Jun 2016: 2015 Deadliest Year for Environmentalists on Record, Finds Report

27 May 2016: Poland Begins Logging Ancient Forest Despite Fierce Protests

24 May 2016: Peru Declares Emergency to Fight Mercury Pollution from Gold Mines

18 May 2016: Trees Sleep, With Branches And Leaves Drooping at Night, New Study Says

10 May 2016: More than 2,000 New Plant Species Are Found Every Year


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