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Science, 377 (6601), 1 July 2022
The hiatus of the handshake Human contact has been altered in ways that may affect endemic infections for years to come

Changes in plate tectonics drove degassing of carbon dioxide and global temperatures over the past 20 million years.

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Science, 376 (6600, 24 June 2022
Diverse aging rates in ectothermic tetrapods provide insights for the evolution of aging and longevity In the wild, the aging rates of reptiles and amphibians range from negligible to fast depending on protective traits and pace of lifestyle / Article pour lequel Anthony Olivier et Alain Crivelli sont co_auteurs

Our climate future

To get the carbon out of air travel, industry and government are trying, again, to turn farm and food waste into fuel

More international incentives and coordination are needed

Ensure open markets for clean technologies and products

Phytoplankton response to a warming ocean The nutritional value of marine algae will decrease in a warmer world

A new discovery challenges the prevailing view of the boundaries of bacterial cell size

Shallow and deep human subsurface activities contribute to the total subsidence

Dams have decreased sediment flux in the global north, but land-use changes have increased it in the global south
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The conservation status of freshwater species and habitats in Key Biodiversity Areas at the Sebou river basin | IUCN Library System
This report presents the results of a broad assessment of the freshwater diversity in four Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) and some key additional sites in the Sebou river basin in Morocco.
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Assessment report on sustainable use of wild species | IPBES secretariat
Summary for policymakers of the thematic assessment of the sustainable use of wild species of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)

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Summary for policymakers of the methodological assessment of the diverse values and valuation of nature of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)
IPBES is an independent intergovernmental body comprising over 130 member Governments. Established by Governments in 2012, IPBES provides policymakers with objective scientific assessments about the state of knowledge regarding the planet’s biodiversity, ecosystems and the contributions they make to people, as well as options and actions to protect and sustainably use these vital natural assets. The IPBES Methodological Assessment of the Diverse Values and Valuation of Nature was initiated following a decision from the IPBES Plenary at its sixth session (IPBES 6, Medellin, 2018), and considered by the IPBES Plenary at its ninth session (IPBES-9, Bonn, 2022). It is composed of a summary for policymakers which was approved at IPBES-9, and six chapters, which were accepted at IPBES 9.
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The Wilson Journal of Ornithology, Volume 134 Issue 1, March 2022
KEYWORDS: bird communities, microhabitat preference, peatlands, puna grasslands, Wetlands

KEYWORDS: Florida, migration, population overlap, reintroduction, Wisconsin

KEYWORDS: conservation, Gallinula galeata sandvicensis, Hawai‘i, Himantopus mexicanus knudseni, lo‘i, wetland

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L'oiseau Mag, été 2022
Phragmite aquatique et Phragmite des joncs

S.O.S. faune sauvage en détresse

Le retour des autruches au Sahara

La sauvegarde des busards,
un sacerdoce ?