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dynamic landscape near Lampasas Population changes, priorities cause woodlands to increase
Released August 5, 2015
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a spool of fish Sardines, anchovies, other fast-growing fish vulnerable to dramatic population plunges
Released August 4, 2015
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Brown Swiss cattle in a silvo-pasture Food for thought: use more forages in livestock farming
Released June 29, 2015
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mountain fog Embrace unknowns, opt for flexibility in environmental policies
Released February 26, 2015
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biology graphic Economic models provide insights into global sustainability challenges
Released February 26, 2015
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image of a leopard Conservation targeting tigers pushes leopards to change
Released December 9, 2014
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image of water flowing Water-quality trading can reduce river pollution
Released September 23, 2014
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image of a panda and a tiger Tigers, pandas and people: A recipe for conservation insight
Released September 15, 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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woman drinking water Researchers help prepare for Arizona's killer heat
Released May 12, 2014
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a village in Wolong To calculate long-term conservation pay off, factor in people
Released January 30, 2014
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deforestation in Wolong Telecoupling science shows China's forest sustainability packs global impact
Released December 19, 2013
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researchers check water quality at a public faucet Virginia Tech researchers help people in remote Africa respond to diarrheal disease
Released September 17, 2013
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image of a puzzle globe Framing Sustainability in a Telecoupled World
Released June 25, 2013
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Erik Nisbet Changing Minds About Climate Change Policy Can Be Done--Sometimes
Released June 24, 2013
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Jack Liu in the Wolong Nature Reserve Pinpointing How Nature’s Benefits Link to Human Well Being
Released May 22, 2013
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image of a group of mongoose Widespread but Neglected Disease a Health Threat in Africa, Virginia Tech Researchers Say
Released May 15, 2013
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Kathleen Alexander (left) and Risa Pesapane Humans Passing Drug Resistance to Animals in Protected Africa, Virginia Tech Study Says
Released April 26, 2013
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Kathleen Alexand and residents of Kasane, Botswana Climate Change Likely to Worsen Threat of Diarrheal Disease in Botswana, Arid African Countries
Released March 29, 2013
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cooking over an open fire in Ghana Scientists Launch International Study of Open-fire Cooking and Air Quality
Released November 1, 2012
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image of bare branches and rust-colored foliage Climate Change Could Cripple Southwestern Forests
Released October 1, 2012
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image of a tiger out at night Tigers Take the Night Shift to Coexist With People
Released September 3, 2012
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street sign pointing to liberal and conservative The Biology of Politics: Liberals Roll With the Good, Conservatives Confront the Bad
Released January 23, 2012
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gray snapper Salmon and Other Fish Predators Rely on 'No Guts, No Glory' Survival Tactic
Released September 14, 2011
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Wolong farmers Farmers More Likely to be Green if They Talk to Their Neighbors, According to MSU Research
Released July 27, 2011
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image of a log Can We Get More Social Benefits From Forests and Have Higher Biodiversity?
Released March 24, 2011
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image of a panda Research Brings Habitat Models Into the Future
Released March 21, 2011
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C. Michael Barton Arizona State University Archaeologist Models Past and Future Landscapes
Released February 23, 2011
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computing graphic In Online Dating, Blacks More Open to Romancing Whites Than Vice Versa
Released February 11, 2011
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