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Contemporary Research on Music Listening
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In retrospect: Silent Spring
On its 50th anniversary, an expose of pesticide overuse still stands as a beacon of reason, finds Rob Dunn.
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Our evolving present.
  • Rob E. Dunn
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Scientific American
  • 1 December 2007
The article discusses the evolutionary patterns and rates among animals and what scientists are learning from the growing population of cane toads in Australia. Since being introduced to Australia,Expand
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The canalized parental roles of a Eudyptes penguin constrain provisioning and growth of chicks during nutritional stress
Behavioral plasticity may allow organisms to respond adaptively to reduced food availability caused by climate change, facilitating population persistence. Conversely, inflexible parental roles mayExpand
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Everything you know about calories is wrong.
  • Rob E. Dunn
  • Mathematics, Medicine
  • Scientific American
  • 20 August 2013
The article discusses the inaccuracy of counting calories. The author argues that the calorie counts on food labels can greatly differ from the calories the human body actually extracts. TopicsExpand
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The Great Eastern Ranges Initiative: Extending our reach in NSW and beyond
Regular readers of Nature NSW will be well aware of the Great Eastern Ranges Initiative (GER) and the great outcomes being achieved by our regional partnerships in NSW and south east Queensland. ThisExpand
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weather pattern. In February, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) warned in its routine forecasts that the bleaching observed in the Pacific last year may be the start of aExpand
The evolution of architecture.
  • Rob E. Dunn
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Scientific American
  • 14 October 2014
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