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Altered Seasons Driving Genetic Changes

The effects of climate change over the past few decades have led to heritable, genetic changes in animals as diverse as squirrels, birds and mosquitoes, according to biologist William E. Bradshaw, from the University of Oregon. But Bradshaw, writing in Science, argues that these genetic changes are in response to altered seasonal events and not […]

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Changing Nitrogen Cycle Bad For Health

Despite greatly increasing food production for humans, the growing use of nitrogen as a nutrient is affecting people’s health far beyond just the benefits of growing more crops, according to a new University of Colorado at Boulder study. Study leader Alan Townsend of CU-Boulder’s Institute for Arctic and Alpine Research said changes in the global […]

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