Monthly Archives: February 2012

Global carbon footprint infographic

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A Comparison of the life cycles of the Anopheline and Culicine mosquitoes

The following is part of a report I wrote on Anopheline and Culicine mosquitoes, it is aimed at a more academic audience but I think it is accessible to all. Any questions/comments please post them in the comments section and … Continue reading

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Primates: Introduction and conservation

Here is an article that I have just written for a fantastic site called Nikela Primates are found more or less on every area of land on the planet, however, if we remove Homo sapiens (Humans) from the picture, the … Continue reading

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Sorry for the delay

I am currently writing an article on specimen collection that I will post shortly, things have been rather hectic at the moment hence the delay in posting of late but rest assured I will return to my usual postings after … Continue reading

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Crittercam Tests at the Wolf Conservation Center

Some nice footage here from the wolf perspective: “Resident canines at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, NY take National Geographic’s Crittercam for a spin around their yard, strolling, following their noses, even wading into a small pond and … Continue reading

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Climate: January sizzles; U.S. temps 4th-warmest ever

Originally posted on Summit County Citizens Voice:
U.S. Snow-cover extent the third-lowest on record Every state but Washington reported above- to well-above average temps during January 2012. By Summit Voice SUMMIT COUNTY — Despite a moderate La Niña in the…

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