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UMiss Biology Oct 19
New faculty search! Tenure-track Assistant Professorship in Global Change Ecophysiology. Biology is growing; come join us! Apply here:
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Talentenportfolio Oct 12
“You can move yourself to another level” .1.59.40.2
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KuncLab Oct 18
Habitat-related differences in song structure and complexity in a songbird
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Cindy Guyon Oct 15
is poised for Metamorphic Change in clean energy as a part of a IM me if you want your community or company included.
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Frontiers Sustainability Oct 18
New Research: Managing Forests for Both Downstream and Downwind Water
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Frontiers Sustainability Oct 17
New Research: Acidic Deposition and Climate Warming as Drivers of Tree Growth in High-Elevation Spruce-Fir Forests of the Northeastern US
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Alma Ruth Oct 13
• This white-tailed eagle is bearing witness to the effects of climate change by documenting the melting of glaciers with a 360-degree camera attached to his back.
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Relentless Minds Podcast Oct 17
People everywhere want change, but not enough are willing to fight for it. Our mission is to create a platform that will change that. Listen to the entire 6 minute episode on Relentless Minds. This is a taste.
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Luis Malpica Cruz Oct 16
Sunrise on our way to Islas San Benitos from Isla Cedros. Sadly few 😕 nothing compared to historical records with from and project led by from
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Dr. Hadayet Ullah Oct 17
Non drivers are also critical for species and when not considered, underestimate the on populations and ecosystem services Excellent article by
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Sharon Lechter Oct 16
Join me for the BE Limitless at the WGC National Conference and Experience what BEing a part of The Women of Global Change is all about, Oct. 24-26 in Las Vegas, NV!
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Matthias C. Rillig Oct 12
Cool study on soil nematode community changes in response to drought
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Universidad Católica de Chile Oct 17
“We are optimistic to find solutions regarding the from the southern hemisphere,” says biologist Ricardo Rozzi at the presentation in Washington of the Subantarctic Center of Cape Horn, a leading scientific project that will be located at
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Jackie Davis Oct 13
From advancing healthcare with the use of artificial intelligence to inspiring policy change for racial justice, graduates of Georgia State's Andrew Young School of Policy Studies are creating positive change for the future:
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VOIC Oct 15
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Now this is something I would have loved to have been invited to. To be involved globally & connect with other experiencers is a MUST to encourage the impact of against
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APSIA Oct 19
How will you use your talents to make a lasting ? Chat with APSIA's leading -s of international affairs and policy during our Online November 21!
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Jens Svenning Oct 17
Check our new study showing that human impacts are driving complex changes in North American bird communities including decreasing specialization in human-dominated landscapes
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So Fía Oct 18
California Western International Law Journal and Law Review are seeking abstract submissions for our 2020 Symposium "Wasted: The Global Effects of Plastic Waste in a Consumer Society”
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Young Peace & Development Corps Oct 14
We at believe that young people should be at the forefront of and , and we are always proud to see engaging and progressive events like the held by our BUITEMS Students on Thursday, the 10th of October.
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