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Shasta dam releases can be managed to benefit both salmon and sturgeon, study finds

Optimal scenario for releasing water into the Sacramento River can meet the needs of endangered winter-run chinook salmon, threatened green sturgeon, and downstream water users

20 Aug 2019 Journal of Applied Ecology

City parks lift mood as much as Christmas, Twitter study shows

The greener the greenspace, the happier and less self-absorbed people are, Vermont team reports

20 Aug 2019 People and Nature

Scientists extract H2 gas from oil and bitumen, giving potential pollution-free energy

The only product of this process is hydrogen, meaning that it the technology is effectively pollution and emission free.

19 Aug 2019 Goldschmidt2019

Potential treatments for citrus greening

Citrus greening has devastated the citrus industry in Florida and is found in many of the country's citrus growing regions.

19 Aug 2019 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Global change is triggering an identity switch in grasslands

Scientists discover species turnover in study of more than 100 grassland experiments.

19 Aug 2019 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Engaging educational videos elicit similar brain activity in students

Findings could lead to neuroscience-based educational materials.

19 Aug 2019 eNeuro

Nearly identical representations of spoken, written words in the brain

Brain represents semantic information the same way, regardless of sense modality

19 Aug 2019 Journal of Neuroscience

National livestock movement bans may prove economically damaging

Given that the livestock industry relies on the movement of animals (between farms or farm to slaughter) to make a profit, such movement bans can have a profound and wide ranging impact on farmers.

19 Aug 2019 Nature Sustainability

Researchers find hurricanes drive the evolution of more aggressive spiders

Raging winds can demolish trees, defoliate entire canopies and scatter debris across forest floors, radically altering the habitats and reshaping the selective pressures on many organisms.

19 Aug 2019 Nature Ecology & Evolution

These migratory birds will risk their lives for a good nap

Birds in better shape stop and sleep with their head facing forward, untucked, and more alert.

19 Aug 2019 Current Biology

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