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Conserving our planet, hectare by hectare - UN Environment (press release)


UN Environment (press release)
The number of voluntary efforts to sustainably use and conserve biodiversity are rapidly increasing, but there is a need for a global registry to ensure transparency and accountability, and to allow for recognition, learning and the sharing of ...

Researchers have developed a new method to rapidly transform the soft umbrella-shaped jellyfish body into a crunchy ... - Science Daily


Science Daily
Clausen and a team of other Danish scientists combined their expertise in biophysics and biochemistry to gain a better understanding of how food preparation affects jellyfish from the inside out. Clausen and his team will present their work during the ...
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A Sweet, Sweet Sound - Liberty News


Liberty News
“I started out as a marine biologist,” Dormer said. “I went from marine biology to studying the sonar systems of dolphins and whales and trying to discern how they make their sonar sounds.” According to Dormer, echo-locating mammals have some of the ...

Speciation in Rapidly Diverging Systems: Lessons From Lake Malawi

Durham - United States

Examines the cichlid fishes of Lake Malawi, which have radiated from a single ancestor into more than 400 species over the past 700,000 years.

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Cichlid Fishes of Lake Malawi
United States

Frequently asked questions about Malawi Cichlids and their classification, species flocks, and the lake itself.

Biology Lessons for Prospective and Practicing Teachers
United States

Lessons and experiments for elementary school teachers.

Wikipedia: Speciation
United States

Hyperlinked article about the appearance of a new species of life.

Models of Speciation
United States

Historical phenomenon that is a fundamental issue in evolutionary biology.

Evolution 101: Speciation
United States

Allows readers to explore different ways to define a species and learn about the various processes through which speciation can occur.

Biology Century: Speciation
United States

Covers what a species is, modes of speciation, and rates of speciation.

Observed Instances of Speciation
United States

FAQ discussing several instances where speciation has been observed.

Species, Speciation, and the Environment
United States

Article by Niles Eldredge outlining how environment change plays a major role in the evolution of species.

Ensatina eschscholtzi: Speciation in Progress
United States

Classic example of Darwinian evolution. This lungless salamander is now in the process of splitting into two or more species by means of gradualism.

United States

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