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From Drone Swarms to Tree Batteries, New Tech Is Revolutionizing Ecology and Conservation - Singularity Hub

Singularity Hub
Understanding Earth's species and ecosystems is a monumentally challenging scientific pursuit. But with the planet in the grip of its sixth mass extinction event, it has never been a more pressing priority. To unlock nature's secrets, ecologists turn ...

Gadkari launches database of 'Praharis' for biodiversity conservation in Ganga - United News of India

United News of India
Union Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Secretary UP Singh pointed out that Ganga river still had about 2,000 aquatic species and, with large-scale participation of people, the difficult task of restoring Ganga's biodiversity ...

Biology Student Links Clean Air Act to Red Spruce Recovery in Appalachia - Newswise (press release)

Newswise (press release)
After a 50-year period of declining growth of the tree species prior to the Clean Air Act, a new study by Justin Mathias, a biology Ph.D. candidate, and Richard Thomas, chair and professor in the Department of Biology, found that declining air ...

How Does Water go Up in a Tree?

Cupertino - United States

Abstract of a study by Charles M. Redman on the fluid dynamics of plants.

Justicia americana: Water Willow or American Water Willow
United States

Photographs of this plant of wet places, with its description and identifying characteristics.

Water Mites
United States

A gallery of fine photographs by Wim van Egmond of members of several genera.

Water fleas
United States

Information and several fine photographs of these small crustaceans.

Water Striders
United States

Article by Louise Kulzer about water striders and their behavioral quirks.

Water Snake
United States

Water snakes in the genus Nerodia are non-venomous colubrid snakes found in North America. Includes details of the species, pictures, videos and references.

United States

Entry in the DNA and Diversity blog about Hypsibius dujardini, a species of tardigrade whose genome is being sequenced.

Water Net
United States

Article by Jan Parmentia on the freshwater alga, Hydrodictyon, that reproduces so fast that it can become a pest.

Water and Human Evolution

Papers from a symposium at University Gent, Flanders, Belgium.

ProCare Water Treatment Inc.
United States

Copper Silver water ionisation (ionization) system against Legionella, E. coli, algae and other contaminants found in hot water systems and cooling towers, targeting hospitals and hotels to control Legionnaires' disease.

Cold Water Chemistry

Brief description of the many physiological adaptations that Arctic fish have made to help them cope with life at low temperatures.