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How to Talk to Evangelicals About Evolution - Smithsonian


Smithsonian
That's why, for him, human evolution is the perfect topic to break down entrenched barriers between people in an increasingly polarized, politicized world. Potts first joined the Smithsonian Institution, the United States' vast network of public ...

Influence of early humans on mammal biodiversity occurred earlier than previously thought - ScienceBlog.com (blog)


ScienceBlog.com (blog)
Giant mammals, such as mammoths, woolly rhinoceros, and sabertooth tigers, once wandered every habitable continent but went extinct. New research demonstrates that such mammal biodiversity loss – a major conservation concern today – is part of a long ...

New project to reward farmers with biodiversity habitat plans - Independent.ie


Independent.ie
A new project in the Bride Valley in east Cork will reward participating farmers for wildlife on their farms. The 'Biodiversity Regeneration In a Dairying Environment' (BRIDE) project will provide participating farmers with farm habitat plans that ...

Map of Biodiversity Levels of Karst Landforms in the United States

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Summarizes evaluations of biodiversity associated with caves and related features. [jpeg image]

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Information on hundreds of species, including distribution maps and county checklists.

Stoneflies of the United States
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Information on hundreds of species, including distribution maps and county checklists.

Bats of the United States
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Introduction to the species of bats living in the U.S. Learn about common myths and misconceptions, bat biology, hibernation and migration, and possible reasons for the decline in the bat population. From the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

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Information, images, and range maps for all species native to the US. Arranged by state and scientific name.

Wildflowers of the United States
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Photos and information about wildflowers found in each of the United States.

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A report by Michael J. Lannoo on the decrease in numbers in many amphibian populations in the United States and the reasons behind these declines.

United States Botanic Garden
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Featuring a beautiful and fascinating living plant museum located at the foot of the U.S. Capitol on the Nation's Mall.

Wildflowers of the Southeastern United States
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A more or less eclectic and ever-growing list of plants found in one of the most biologically diverse regions of the world.

Midwestern United States Mushrooms
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Features examples of fungi found in the Midwest, including the Stinkhorn, Amanita, and Giant Puffball. Photographs and brief descriptions.

Spider Conservation in the United States
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Research article about the loss of spider habitat, conservation efforts to save tooth cave spider and spruce-fir moss spider, as well as the possibility of captive breeding of spiders and other arachnid species.