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Posted by Tim on December 11th, 2008 • • Comments Off on Friday Insanity 1.17

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Posted by Tim on December 10th, 2008 • • Comments Off on More Interior Rumors

News Roundup

Posted by Tim on December 9th, 2008 • • Comments Off on News Roundup

Friday Insanity 1.16

I think appreciation for this video splits well along the pro-/anti- reviving mammoth line. If only it had been Yakkety Sax.

Posted by Tim on December 5th, 2008 • • Comments Off on Friday Insanity 1.16

Paper Roundup

  • Science recently published further evidence of the “broken window” theory, which suggests that people act badly in degraded environments. These studies are about human-dominated environments, but it seems likely that the same is true for more “natural” areas, too.
  • Christopher Dunn argues in Nature that cultural diversity ought to be preserved alongside biodiversity. He even suggests that maps of hotspots of the two tend to overlap. Okay, so let’s make a deal: people can stay in and around areas of high biodiversity if they agree to live according to their “traditional” culture — any development or significant growth and you’ve got to move to the city. Fair?
  • Yesterday I mentioned some worry about homogenizing landscapes in rural areas. There was a paper published in Conservation Biology by Rahmig et al. recently that suggested exactly that: homogenization of farming practices
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  • Also in Cons Bio, Ben Collen and colleagues at ZSL take a closer look at the “Living Planet Index,” one of the 22(!) headline indicators established by the Convention on Biological Diversity used to assess trends in biodiversity loss. Their conclusion: it’s good, but we need more data.
  • Kindberg et al. have shown that hunter-reported observations of moose in Sweden were (if corrected) a pretty good method of monitoring.

Posted by Tim on December 3rd, 2008 • • Comments Off on Paper Roundup

More Nuclear

Posted by Tim on December 2nd, 2008 • • Comments Off on More Nuclear

News Roundup

  • Here’s an article about a BirdLife project emphasizing links between biodiversity conservation and rural livelihoods. They claim they’ve succeeded. Meanwhile, some researchers are wondering if we’ll get an increasingly homogenized landscape as people move to the city and rural areas de-populate.
  • They’re going out again to search for the ivory-billed woodpecker. “We’re going to find a big black and white woodpecker,” Allan Mueller says, the avian conservation manager for TNC in Arkansas. Indeed, they’re quite likely to find a few Pileateds. I’m kind of leaning towards the “still extinct” camp — there’s actually a competent overview of the debate on Wikipedia.
  • Lots of good gorilla news these days: a new park in Cameroon, African governments are “committed” to protecting gorillas at a conference in Rome, and (perhaps best of all), rangers are returning to Virunga, and finding lots of new babies. Adorable.

Posted by Tim on December 2nd, 2008 • • Comments Off on News Roundup