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Origin of the species: where did Darwin's finches come from? - The Guardian


The Guardian
Biogeography and evolution of the Galápagos: Integration of the biological and geological evidence. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Sato, A, et al., 2001. On the origin of Darwin's finches. Molecular Biology and Evolution. Steadman, DW, 1982.

UM professor receives award of excellence in fish physiology - EurekAlert (press release)


EurekAlert (press release)
MIAMI-- University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Professor Martin Grosell received the Award of Excellence in fish physiology from the American Fisheries Society. The award was presented to Grosell during the 13th ...

Birding Boosts Ecology and Economy in Sheridan - Sheridan Media (press release)


Sheridan Media (press release)
Dr. Jackie Canterbury, President of Big Horn Audubon society, says 'Birding at the Brinton' is a boost to both the local economy and ecology. According to Cantrell, the group meets every month even in the winter: Membership continuity fosters ...

Australasian Proteomics Society (APS)

Balnarring, Victoria - Australia

APS aims to promote and facilitate proteomics research in the Australasian region by organising and managing conferences, instructional courses and workshops. To encourage student participation, travelling fellowships are available for some events.

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United States

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A professional association dedicated to the captive husbandry and conservation of wild animals in the Australasian region, and the further development of zoo keeping as a profession. Offers resources on careers, membership, meetings, conservation and contacts.