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Is evolution predictable? - Science Magazine


Science Magazine
Evolution is like population dynamics because evolutionary change over time can be governed by multiple factors, the relative influence of which vary over time. Nosil et al. used a series of observational data taken over 25 years on natural populations ...

Mapping the 'Conflict Zones' Between Sprawl and Biodiversity - CityLab


CityLab
By 2030, the world is expected to add another billion people or so, bringing the total population to roughly 8.5 billion. And with humans becoming increasingly urban, sprawl will only get worse, taking up precious space that wild birds, mammals, plants ...

Hillingdon Ranch tour shows visitors 'Texas-style' sheep raising - Waco Tribune-Herald


Waco Tribune-Herald
Robin Giles (in front of truck) speaks to the tour group from the 2018 American Sheep Industry International Convention. Texas A&M AgriLife Communications — Paul Shattenberg. Ranch tour. Buy Now. The Hillingdon Ranch currently runs about 500 ...

Paul Ehrlich & Anne Ehrlich: The Population Explosion

Scottsdale - United States

Review of their sequel to Paul Ehrlich's 1968 landmark best-seller The Population Bomb.

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Details of three furry friends: Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, the loveable rats.

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A Close-up View of Queen Anne's Lace
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Photographic study by Brian Johnston of Daucus carota, the wild carrot, with fine images of its flowers and all its intricate parts.

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Photographs of this biennial plant with its description and identifying characteristics.

Paul Glimcher
United States

The Glimcher lab studies the neural mechanisms underlying choice behavior using a combination of electrophysiological, behavioral, and neuroimaging techniques.

Paul De Koninck
Canada

The lab investigates the cellular and molecular mechanisms used by neurons to decode synaptic and electrical activities that propagate through neural circuits.

Paul Harrison
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His group is studying gene expression in psychiatric disorders in the University of Oxford Department of Psychiatry.