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How 'Cultural Evolution' Can Give Us the Tools to Build Global-Scale Resilience - Singularity Hub


Singularity Hub
Brewer is a change strategist dedicated to ensuring a thriving global civilization exists 100 years from now—and he believes this is becoming less likely every year. There's rising instability in our fragile and rapidly changing biosphere, he says ...

Losing Biodiversity Could Lead to “Extinction Cascades” - Futurism


Futurism
Human expansion, destruction of natural habitats, pollution, and climate change have all led to biodiversity levels that are considered below the “safe” threshold for global ecosystems. And the consequences of biodiversity loss aren't just about the ...

CDN analysis sheds light on internet evolution - Phys.Org


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"Our analysis showed that because of its global reach, a CDN is a unique vantage point to track the evolution of network protocols, peering strategies, performance characteristics, as well as the online activity at a global scale," Prof. Smaragdakis ...

Global Change: Evolution and Natural Selection

Ann Arbor - United States

Examines how the process of natural selection works and what evidence do we have for local adaptation.

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Evolution at NYU: Natural Selection and Adaptation
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Provides examples of adaptive features and discusses levels of selection.

Evolution Library: Adaptation and Natural Selection
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Includes books, articles, and links that explore various aspects of these pivotal interrelated concepts.

Center for Global Change
United States

The focal point of this facility at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is for developing, coordinating and implementing interdisciplinary research and education related to the role of the Arctic and sub-Arctic in the Earth system, and to stimulate and facilitate global change research in this region.

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Addresses the question: What is a species, and what are the different ways it can be defined?

IMEDEA: Department of Global Change Research
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Provides information on projects and people involved in research in the areas of biological and chemical oceanography.

Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems - Focus 1 Homepage
Australia

The ecosystem physiology program within the Global Change and Terrestrial Ecosystems Core project. Includes details of the program, conferences, publications and science highlights.

Natural Selection
United States

Chapter four of Charles Darwin's, The Origin of Species.

Natural Selection
United Kingdom

A gateway to quality, evaluated Internet resources in the natural world co-ordinated by The Natural History Museum, London.

Wikipedia: Natural Selection
United States

Hyperlinked article about the primary mechanism within the scientific theory of evolution.

Natural Selection in a Bottle
United States

Studies selection on the norm of reaction of age at first reproduction in a laboratory population of Drosophila melanogaster.