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Origami-inspired device helps marine biologists study octopuses and jellyfish - Science Daily


Science Daily
Scientists have tried to find the safest and most effective ways to explore marine life in the oceanic water, the largest and least explored environment on Earth, for years. Each time, they were faced with the same challenge: How to capture delicate or ...
EurekAlert (press release)
National Geographic

Hundreds of species unlikely to survive biodiversity collapse - scientists - Newshub


Newshub
A devastating collapse in global biodiversity is imminent, scientists say, warning hundreds of species may not survive. An international team have published a major study in the journal Nature, saying we must make urgent changes to our approach to ...

What else the border wall would keep out: biodiversity - Big Think (blog)


Big Think (blog)
A new study, published in the journal BioScience, claims that over 1,500 species of flora and fauna would be eradicated if this wall is erected. To date, nearly 2,800 scientists have signed a petition stating that this sort of environmental destruction ...

Biodiversity, Journal of Life on Earth

Sunnyvale - United States

Advocates knowledge building, conservation, and wise use of biodiversity resources, the driving force in sustaining the Earth's life-supporting systems.

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Facts and explanations about insects and birds categorized by groups.

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Companion site to the Timothy Ferris film includes resources for the questions, are we alone and is anybody listening.

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Scientific American article by Stephen Jay Gould.

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Dedicated to providing detailed information on the history of life on Earth. Addresses palaeontology, evolution, geochronology, systematics, and ecology.

Division on Earth & Life Studies
United States

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Tiny Fossils may be Earth's Oldest Life
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Article from the New Scientist on studies by William Schopf of UCLA of certain ancient Australian rocks using a technique called laser Raman analysis.

Intimate Strangers: Unseen Life on Earth
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PBS site offering an introduction to microbes, an integral ingredient in our planet's ecosystem.

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The Field Museum presents a detailed look into the lives of their researchers around the globe working to document and preserve biodiversity.

Journal of Insect Biodiversity (JIB)
Turkey

Journal of Insect Biodiversity (JIB) is an international, peer reviewed, open access scientific journal. The Journal of Insect Biodiversity is dedicated to publishing high quality novel scientific data on insect biodiversity. It electronically publishes research articles, scientific notes and review articles. It is managed by the Insect Biodiversity Research Group through the e-journal system. Aims of this journal are to share and disseminate