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image of a squirrel Small, fast and crowded: Mammal traits amplify tick-borne illness
Released September 18, 2014
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researcher collecting a lake sediment core Research shows declining levels of acidity in Sierra Nevada lakes
Released September 4, 2014
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terrestrial organic matter spilling into a lake Sunlight, not microbes, key to CO2 in Arctic
Released August 21, 2014
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headwaters of the Sagavanirktok River Sunlight controls the fate of carbon released from thawing arctic permafrost
Released August 21, 2014
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Isle Royale wolves trek through the snow Inbred wolves struggle, moose proliferate at Isle Royale National Park
Released April 30, 2014
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a white-footed mouse Mice give ticks a free lunch
Released March 24, 2014
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Susan Kalisz Excessive deer populations hurt native plant biodiversity
Released March 10, 2014
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Stelvio National Park No peak in sight for evolving bacteria
Released November 14, 2013
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black-legged tick life cycle Black-legged Ticks Linked to Encephalitis in New York State
Released July 15, 2013
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biology graphic Chapman University Unearths Data in Animal Habitat Selection That Counters Current Convention
Released June 26, 2013
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a hyena sniffs along a cage that has meat in it Captive Hyenas Outfox Wild Relatives
Released January 7, 2013
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Romeo, one of the wolves that died in a mine shaft A Mystery Solved: 3 Wolves Drowned in Old Mine Shaft at Isle Royale National Park
Released June 14, 2012
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researcher holding two petri dishes with viruses MSU Researchers Show How New Viruses Evolve, and in Some Cases, Become Deadly
Released January 26, 2012
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image of wolves Poop Reveals an Immigrant in Isle Royale Wolves' Gene Pool
Released March 31, 2011
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grasshoppers Notre Dame Research Offers Important Clues About Grasshopper Population Explosions
Released February 24, 2011
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eco friendly logo Sustainability: Will We Recognize It When We See It?
Released July 2, 2010
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Tumamoc Hill Warming Climate Chills Sonoran Desert's Spring Flowers
Released December 16, 2009
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moose carcasses Wolves, Moose and Biodiversity: An Unexpected Connection
Released November 2, 2009
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