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The Roots of Phylogeny
Computers/Math
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Letting 1000 Forests Bloom
  • V. Morell
  • Medicine, Geography
  • Science
  • 13 June 2008
A logging ban has allowed a hot spot of China's biodiversity to recover from decades of clear-cutting, but threats still loom.
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Out of East Africa. (Book Reviews: Ancestral Passions. The Leakey Family and the Quest for Humankind's Beginnings)
This is a biography of the first family of anthropology - Louis, Mary and Richard Leakey, whose discoveries have laid the foundations for much of our knowledge about the origins of man. The LeakeysExpand
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Wolves at the Door of a More Dangerous World
  • V. Morell
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Science
  • 15 February 2008
Weeks away from being removed from the endangered species list, wolves in the northern Rockies may soon be hunted once more.
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Evidence found for a possible 'aggression gene'.
  • V. Morell
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Science
  • 18 June 1993
Researchers in the Netherlands are on the track of a genetic mutation in a large Dutch family that may cause periodic outbursts of aggression in its possessors. Han G. Brunner and his colleagues atExpand
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Are Pathogens Felling Frogs?
  • V. Morell
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Science
  • 30 April 1999
FROG DECLINESTOWNSVILLE, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA-- Since the 1970s, populations and species of frogs have been vanishing worldwide. Many researchers have blamed environmental conditions ranging fromExpand
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A New Look at Monogamy
  • V. Morell
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Science
  • 25 September 1998
Social monogamy, in which parents cooperate to raise their brood, is relatively common among animals--but true sexual fidelity is hard to find. Recent research has shown that in many species, femalesExpand
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Fishery management. Can science keep Alaska's Bering Sea pollock fishery healthy?
  • V. Morell
  • Medicine, Geography
  • Science
  • 4 December 2009
Fishery ManagementPrevious predictions of a sizable uptick in pollock numbers in the eastern Bering Sea, the largest and most lucrative fishery in North America, haven't been borne out by recentExpand
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Computer Culture Deflects Women And Minorities
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The rain forest in Rio's Backyard
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