Polynesian Island yields ‘treasure trove’ of fungal biodiversity

Journal Reference: Todd W. Osmundson, Sarah E. Bergemann, Rikke Rasmussen, Matteo M. Garbelotto. Using point data to assess biogeographical signal, endemicity and factors associated with macrofungal diversity in the data‐poor Pacific oceanic island bioregion. Journal of Biogeography, 2022; DOI: 10.1111/jbi.14354 In a new study published this week in the Journal of Biogeography, researchers from the … Read more

Forget mammoths: These researchers are exploring bringing back the extinct Christmas Island rat

Forget mammoths: These researchers are exploring bringing back the extinct Christmas Island rat – NovLink Home Mash N Forget mammoths: These researchers are exploring bringing back the extinct Christmas Island rat We would like to thank the author of this post for this incredible content Forget mammoths: These researchers are exploring bringing back the extinct … Read more

Puerto Rico is prone to more flooding than the island is prepared to handle

Journal Reference: Carlos E. Ramos-Scharrón, Caroline T. Garnett, Eugenio Y. Arima. A Catalogue of Tropical Cyclone Induced Instantaneous Peak Flows Recorded in Puerto Rico and a Comparison with the World’s Maxima. Hydrology, 2021; 8 (2): 84 DOI: 10.3390/hydrology8020084 The latest research, appearing in the journal Hydrology, builds on three prior studies led by hydrologist Carlos … Read more

In Greece, the difficult reconstruction of the island of Evia after the summer fires

In Greece the difficult reconstruction of the island of Evia

By Marina Rafenberg Posted today at 01:56, updated at 06:09 Reserved for our subscribers ReportageIn August 2021, more than 50,000 hectares of the Aegean Island were devastated by fire. Today, most of the aid promised by the Greek state is still pending. Resin collectors, ranchers, farmers and beekeepers try to survive. On the winding road … Read more

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