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Social network models provide new tool for ecology studies - Phys.Org


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The study also involved researchers from Griffith University and the University of Turku in Finland, and is published in Ecology. Explore further: Bird bugs shed new light on malaria infection. More information: Nicholas J. Clark et al. Unravelling ...

Stephon Clark official autopsy released. Family autopsy was 'erroneous,' coroner says - Sacramento Bee


Sacramento Bee
Six weeks after Sacramento police shot unarmed Stephon Clark to death in a dark Meadowview backyard, police released the county coroner's autopsy report Tuesday that differs sharply from the family's private autopsy findings that said he was shot six ...
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Cadavers share their silent lessons with Clark students - The Columbian


The Columbian
When Tony Chennault first studied anatomy and physiology at the University of Puget Sound, he said his professor wheeled a single cadaver into the lab and the entire class huddled around the body in a poorly ventilated room. He still remembers the ...

Mr. R. Clark

Webster - United States

High school biology website from Hollis-Brookline High School, including student expectations, course curricula, assignments, and project rubrics.

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Sierra Club article about the endangered plant and animal species of the American West and the observations Lewis and Clark made in their travels.