Covid-19 made a surprising impact on the worst part of a road trip
Wildlife ecologists report a dramatic drop in roadkill during Covid-19. The new data could change the future of wildlife conservation.
Harrogate International Festivals HIF weekender online | acrimereadersblog
Clearly there has been lots of things that people are missing due to the current situation, for me one of those things is of course the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival (TOPCWF) However I'm pleased to say that Harrogate International Festivals (HIF) are come through for us yet again, and they are offering a
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The Home of Tomorrow by IKEA in Szczecin, Poland
After the success of their SPACE10 project in London, IKEAis launching new fun project but this time it's in a 120-year-old abandoned building in Szczecin, Poland. Exploring the future of new house design, the IKEA House of Tomorrow takes an innovative look at the city life.
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Clearer roads due to COVID-19 makes wildlife travel safer | THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY
Crossing roads has become a little safer for wildlife during the coronavirus lockdown in the United States due to a huge drop in traffic. According to a new report released by the Davis Road Ecology Center at the University of California, traffic on U.S. roads fell by about 73% during March and April. Less cars meant less accidents fatal collisions with large wildlife like moose (Alces alces), mountain lions (Puma concolor), bears and deer dropped by about 58%. While collisions with wildlife will likely return to pre-COVID-19 levels once traffic returns to normal, researchers say the study provides a clear snapshot of the effect that traffic can have on wildlife. Read more at National Geographic.
Issue 11.7: Biodiversity offsetting, demersal fisheries & decaying logs | methods.blog
The July issue of Methods is now online! This month's issue features articles on evaluating biodiversity offsetting, managing remotely-collected data, quantifying log decay and much more. Senior Editor Aaron Ellison has selected six featured articles this month find out about them below. We also have three Applications and seven articles that are freely available
The Perception & Action Podcast
309 - Journal Club #20: Sport Practitioners as Sport Ecology Designers
I am joined by Damian Farrow, Alex Lascu, Derek Panchuk and Carl Woods to discuss the article: Sport Practitioners as Sport Ecology Designers: How Ecological Dynamics Has Progressively Changed Perceptions of Skill Acquisition in the Sporting Habitat. We discuss: the shift from coach as instructor to coach designer, the challenges of hands-off coaching, do coaches need to understanding skill acquisition theory, and the importance of having a consistent purpose across the different disciplines in coaching (via a Department of Methodology). Article: Sport Practitioners as Sport Ecology Designers More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook page (videos, pics, etc) Subscribe in iOS/Apple Subscribe in Anroid/Google Support the podcast and receive bonus content Credits: The Flamin' Groovies - Shake Some Action Mark Lanegan - Saint Louis Elegy via freemusicarchive.org and jamendo.com
Growing Greener: Michael Gaige Historical Ecology
Historical ecologist Michael Gaige details how he reads clues in the landscape to reveal its past and understand its present
Rosicrucian Plea for Spiritual Ecology
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Ologies with Alie Ward
Bryology (MOSS) with Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer - Ologies with Alie Ward - Omny.fm
An instant classic. Youll listen on repeat as world-renowned author, botanist, Indigenous ecology professor and byrologist Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer talks about her passion for moss. Cozy up for the most beautifully doled-out information about hidden worlds, overlooked mysteries, botanical drama, forests in miniature, Native peoples uses for moss and philosophies about science and ecology. Dr. Kimmerer, author of Gathering Moss and Braiding Sweetgrass, will change the way you see mosses forever, will inspire you to wear a loupe on a rope, and will soothe your soul with her beautiful voice and prose. Also bathmats, lawns and smoothies made of moss? We discuss.Follow Dr. Kimmerer at facebook.com/braidingsweetgrassLook for her books at independent bookstores or wherever books are sold (including Amazon): Braiding Sweetgrass and Gathering MossDonations went to the ESFs Center for Native Peoples and the Environment and American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES)Sponsor links: kiwico.com/ologies; hellotus
Methodology matters for comparing coarse wood and bark decay rates across tree species | methods.blog
Post provided by Chenhui Chang --() "The fallen petals are not as cruel as they seem; they fertilize those in full bloom instead." - Gong Zizhen (Qing Dynasty) This picture shows a decomposing log of Douglas fir, Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.) Franco, in Schovenhorst, The Netherlands, which is one of the deadwood incubation sites
The Perception & Action Podcast
308 Interview with Paula Silva, Cincinnati, Anti-fragility, Movement Adaptability, Dynamic Touch
A discussion with Paula Silva from the University of Cincinnati. How can stress help a performer adapt and grow? What is anti-fragility? How do we measure and it and train it? How can it be used to challenge an athlete at the right level? What is dynamic touch and how is it important for coordination and "feel"? More info about my guest: https://researchdirectory.uc.edu/p/silvapa https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Paula_Silva22 More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook page (videos, pics, etc) Subscribe in iOS/Apple Subscribe in Anroid/Google Support the podcast and receive bonus content
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WildFed Podcast Hunt Fish Forage Food: Holdfast! The Nutrition, Ecology & Politics of Seaweed with Micah Woodcock WildFed Podc
Micah Woodcock is a wild seaweed harvester and the owner of Atlantic Holdfast Seaweed Company. His life is intimately intertwined with the marine ecosystem where he sustainably hand-harvests these nutritious sea vegetables. Tune into this interview for Micah's sustainable harvesting techniques, the wild world of seaweed politics, a fascinating discussion on developing a relationship to place, and much more. If you eat seaweed, want to, or best of all, are interested in procuring your own supply, this interview is not to be missed! View full show notes, including links to resources from this episode here:
10 Best Tourists Attraction Places in Jodhpur You must have to Visit - Trendpickle
Here is the list of 10 Best tourists spots you must have to visit in Jodhpur. Explore the cultural lifestyle of Jodhpur- the blue city, by visiting these places.
People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science Life Research and Science Careers
People Behind the Science Podcast - Stories from Scientists about Science, Life, Research, and Science Careers : 560: Characteri
Dr. Joe Baio is an Assistant Professor in the School of Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering at Oregon State University. In the lab, Joe studies how materials function in the natural world to determine if principles from natural materials can be applied to solve important problems in medicine, biotechnology, engineering, and other fields. In particular, Joe is interested in understanding the characteristics and interactions on the surfaces of materials. Surfaces of interest range from cell membranes to artificial hips to sticky frog tongues.To clear his mind and get a break from the stresses of work, Joe enjoys cycling on local trails and going surfing on the nearby Oregon coast with his neighbor. He received his B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and his M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the University of Washington. Afterwards, Joe was awarded an NSF Postdoctoral Fellowship to conduct research in the Department of Molecular Spectroscopy at the Ma