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Although temperatures are predicted to rise the most in northern latitudes due to global warming, tropical plants and animals might have the most difficult time adapting to climate change. This radio broadcast explains...
This radio broadcast describes efforts to control the population of sea lampreys in the Great Lakes. Sea lampreys, an invasive species from the Atlantic Ocean, have populated the lakes for years, but have recently...
The Yellowstone collection contains an assortment of digital resources relevant to the geology, geophysics, physiography, hydrology, biota and human impacts in Yellowstone National Park. Materials include a variety of...
This radio broadcast explains how packrat nests, usually made of nearby sticks and leaves, may last as long as 40,000 years. The materials in these nests may reveal the ecology of an area in the past. Studies of the...
This radio broadcast features a researcher who noticed unusual behavior in elephants while working in a national park in Namibia. Groups of elephants sometimes stood perfectly still, as if trying to pick up faint...
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