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Mercury Contamination (Hotspots) Identified

...ment exceed those established for human or wildlife health. The US and Canadian research team focused on levels of the potent neurotoxin in yellow perch and common loons, but it also took into account contamination in other fish, birds, and mammals. In addition to these hotspots in New England, New Yor...

Tobacco Epidemic On The Rise

... major illness among the 10.9 million new cases of cancer that is diagnosed each year, and experts feel that it is not likely to be dislodged from its perch at the helm. Seffrin said that in countries like China, where statistics show that 300 million men now smoke, lung cancer could eventually kill a mill...
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Perch in Biological News

Ferns took to the trees and thrived

...ometimes without soil, as epiphytes. By storing water, developing thicker skin, or being more tolerant to drying out, the epiphytic ferns could now perch on a trunk, limb, or twig and live quite happily more than 100 feet off the forest floor, where moisture, temperature, and sunlight are very different...

Why the swamp sparrow is hitting the high notes

...h American wetlands. This small songbird with a grey face and reddish wings defends his territory and attracts a mate usually by singing from a raised perch in a brushy swamp. Results from research on birdsong can be extrapolated to other areas of study, including the evolution of communication, and anim...

NOAA science story tips -- AAAS 2008 edition

... artifact of nuclear testing into a timestamp for determining fish ages. Researchers have used traces of C-14 to confirm the ages of Pacific Ocean perch from the Gulf of Alaska, and have proven the method to be important information for fishery stock assessment and management. Alaska Fisheries Science ...

Birds, bats and insects hold secrets for aerospace engineers

...pping wing aircraft. Such aircraft would fly slower than their fixed wing counterparts, and more importantly, they would be able to hover and possibly perch in order to monitor the environment or a hostile area. Shyy's current focus is on the aerodynamics of flexible wings related to micro air vehicles wit...

A pilot program for harvesting Kodiak rockfish

...-species rationalization program in the North Pacific. The 5-year RPP was limited to trawlers in the Central Gulf of Alaska that target Pacific Ocean perch (S. alutus), Northern Rockfish (S. polyspinis) and Pelagic Shelf Rockfish, a complex that includes dusky, dark, yellowtail and widow rockfish. Seconda...

Hotspots of mercury contamination identified in eastern North America

...ere concentrations of the element exceed those established for human or wildlife health. The team focused on levels of the potent neurotoxin in yellow perch and common loons, but it also took into account contamination in other fish, birds, and mammals. In addition to these hotspots in New England, New Yor...

Cornell researchers find serious fish virus in Northeast for first time

...und gobies, muskellunge, freshwater drum, smallmouth bass, bullhead, yellow perch and crappie, but more study is needed to determine all the species at risk....freshwater food web with both predators like muskellunge and prey fish like perch and crappie equally at risk. "In a large ecosystem -- we're talking abo...

When the going gets tough, slime molds start synthesizing

...e to the DIF-1 signal, slugs literally stand up and their cells metamorphose into either a column of stalk cells or next-generation spore cells, which perch atop the column waiting for food supplies to be restored. Noel and Michael Austin, Ph.D., a postdoctoral fellow in Noel's lab and co-lead author o...
Perch in Biological Technology

Let's Get Serious

...es that must be made if we hope to create a high-tech, knowledge-based economy in Wisconsin. I dont claim to a top expert on these matters but from my perch as a venture capitalist trying to make successful investments in the state, I think I have a very good sense of what works and what doesnt at ground l...
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