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Resource pressure and environmental change on the North African littoral: Epipalaeolithic to Roman gastropods from Cyrenaica, Libya
Abstract This paper discusses the marine and terrestrial shell on Epipalaeolithic to Classical-period sites in the Cyrenaican coastlands, northeast Libya, with particular reference to the Haua Fteah,… Expand
Successive bleaching events cause mass coral mortality in Guam, Micronesia
The reefs of Guam, a high island in the Western Pacific, were impacted by an unprecedented succession of extreme environmental events beginning in 2013. Elevated SSTs induced severe island-wide… Expand
Detection of neutralising antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 to determine population exposure in Scottish blood donors between March and May 2020
- Craig P Thompson, N. Grayson, +362 authors P. Young
- Euro surveillance : bulletin Europeen sur les…
- 1 October 2020
Background The progression and geographical distribution of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection in the United Kingdom (UK) and elsewhere is unknown because… Expand
Late Pleistocene Foragers, c.35,000-11,500 years ago
c. 27,000–19,500 bp and it is in this sense that the term LGM is used in this chapter (see Hastenrath 2009NOT IN REFS, 709; Wang et al. 2009). The LGM was probably the most extreme climatic episode… Expand
New Neanderthal remains associated with the ‘flower burial’ at Shanidar Cave
Abstract Shanidar Cave in Iraqi Kurdistan became an iconic Palaeolithic site following Ralph Solecki's mid twentieth-century discovery of Neanderthal remains. Solecki argued that some of these… Expand
SUSTAINING FOREST HABITAT FOR THE NORTHERN GOSHAWK : A QUESTION OF SCALE
The nest area, post-fledging family area, and foraging area are critical home range components for maintaining Northern Goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) populations. Each of these forest components has a… Expand
Buffel grass in South Australia - development of pest plant policy.
In South Australia, concerted state-wide efforts have been initiated to address the serious weed threat posed by buffel grass. It is a highly invasive species that is well adapted to arid… Expand
Tropical limestone forest resilience during MIS-2: implications for Pleistocene foraging and 21st century conservation.
New excavations in Niah Cave (Borneo) reveal the antiquity and behavioural complexity of modern human foragers in tropical Southeast Asia