'Here Comes the Sun': Celebrity Equinox Named in Southampton
... service, exceptional dining, and extraordinary attention to detail. Celebrity sails in Alaska, California, Canada/New England, the Caribbean, Europe, galapagos
Islands, the Pacific Coast, Panama Canal and South America. The line also offers unique cruisetour vacations in Alaska, Canada, Europe and South Ameri...
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust Donates $136 Million to Charities
... The initial conservation work of the Trust will focus on supporting projects that emphasize sustainable development and ecosystem restoration in the galapagos
Islands, Ecuador and Baja California, Mexico.
The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust was established in 1999 after decades of ph...
Surviving Your PreRetirement Years: 15 Things You Must Do Between 50 and 64
... you go before everyone else discovers it? Is there a place that could be quite different ten years from now that you should consider sooner (like the galapagos
or Great Barrier Reef)? How do you deal with rising fuel and resort costs? One idea, consider a home exchange program such as the one at homeexchange....
Corals added to IUCN Red List of Threatened Species for first time
...onclude that three species of corals unique to the galapagos
Islands could soon disappear forever.
The 2007 ...isted as Vulnerable. The Red List also includes 74 galapagos
seaweeds, or macro-algae, with 10 of them receivin...ures to guide marine conservation practice.
marine research was conducted by the Global Marine...
Galapagos on UN Endangered List
... The UN has declared galapagos
Island in danger. The galapagos
Islands has been listed as "in danger" because tou...ignated as a World Heritage site.
Islands is in danger as booming tourism and immigr...
Galapagos in Biological News
First fuel-handling facility in the Galapagos earns environmental certification
WASHINGTON, December 15, 2008 The first fuel-handling facility in the Galpagos Islandsa region of great biodiversity and evolutionary importancewas given official environmental certification today, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) announced. The facility underwent extreme renovations in order to meet c...
Land iguanas under continuing threat on Galapagos archipelago
The Galpagos Islands, which provided impetus and inspiration for Charles Darwin's seminal work, "On the Origin of Species", are home to unique populations of reptiles. Since the time of man's first visit in the 16th century to this crucial incubator for evolutionary theory, the islands' native pla...
First wind turbines on Galapagos Islands will halve diesel imports, reduce risk of future oil spills
In January 2001, the world held its breath when the tanker Jessica, loaded with 150,000 gallons of fuel, struck a reef and began breaking up in the heart of one of the most precious, famous and fragile ecosystems on earth the Galapagos
At risk were vast numbers of unique species of fl...
Study investigates 'divorce' among Galapagos seabirds
Being a devoted husband and father is not enough to keep an avian marriage together for the Nazca booby, a long-lived seabird found in the Galapagos
Islands off the coast of Ecuador.
Many Nazca booby females switch mates after successfully raising a chick, according to a Wake Forest University s...
AAAS Pacific division scientific conference to meet in San Francisco Aug. 14 - 19
Aug. 14 19, 2009
Darwin and the galapagos
Symposium: a two-day forum focusing on Darwin's exploration of the galapagos
Archipelago. Aug. 14-15, California Academy of Sciences
Jeepers creepers: Climate change threatens endangered honeycreepers
...ve or offset introduced threats and restore native forests from sea level to tree line," Atkinson said.
Honeycreepers rival Darwin's finches in the galapagos
Islands in terms of their bill types and number of species that descended from a common founder. The birds specialize on food that includes nectar, f...
Darwin in a test tube
...Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology.
On the voyage of the HMS Beagle, Darwin collected and studied different species of finches on several of the galapagos
Islands. The finches differed in their beak structure some had thick, strong beaks and others had thin, delicate ones. Darwin observed that the diffe...
2 McGill researchers garner prestigious NSERC Steacie Fellowships
... much-cited study about a rarely seen pattern of "disruptive natural selection" leading to the creation of new species among the famous finches of the galapagos
Islands, originally studied by Darwin.
Karim Nader's research group specializes in the esoteric area of memory and trauma. His research has focused...
New target for medicine to combat Alzheimer's: VIB scientists confirm protein's key role
... and her colleagues have investigated whether additional substances are also involved in the development of the plaques. Which is apparently the case: galapagos
has identified the GPR3 protein as a new player. The VIB researchers have been able to show − in vitro (in cells isolated and studied in the lab...
New paper offers key insights into how new species emerge
...diverse than others, and for why certain areas of biotic regions may have more life forms than others," Feder said.
Where Darwin once traveled to the galapagos
Islands and sleuthed to other far-flung places in pursuit of the origins of species, the research on the apple fly and the apple wasp reveals that imp...
Galapagos in Biological Technology
Global Drug Discovery Technologies Market to Exceed $57 Billion by 2012, According to a New Report by Global Industry Analysts
...iper Life Sciences, Capital GenomiX, Caprion Proteomics, Charles River Laboratories International, ChemBridge Corporation, deCODE Genetics, Evotec AG, galapagos
NV, Incyte Corporation, Infinity Pharmaceuticals Inc, Invitrogen Corporation, Medarex, Merck & Co., Millennium Pharmaceuticals, National Center fo...
Galapagos in Biological Definition
...duced to a new ecosystem , or when a species can survive in an environment that was unreachable before. For example, the Darwin's finches on the galapagos
islands developed from a single species of finches that reached the islands. Other examples include the introduction of predatory mammals to Austr...
...859 in the book The Origin of Species , which remains his most famous work.
A worldwide sea voyage aboard HMS Beagle and observations on the galapagos
Islands in particular provided inspiration and much of the data on which he based his theory.