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First Americans Arrived on 2 Separate Paths

...Day News) -- Genetic evidence suggests that two different waves of people migrated from what is now Siberia at about the same time to become the first settlers in the Americas, a new report says. Approximately 15,000 to 17,000 years ago, one group of people came to North America via the Beringia landmass,...

Settlers Suffered from Nightmares, Hypersensitivity in Eve of Disengagement

...igures regarding the mental state of the evacuated settlers from Gaza Strip, eve of the disengagement plan led...ed out that at the eve of the evacuation of Jewish settlers from the Gaza Strip, 27.6% suffered from symptoms ... the magnitude of the psychological desolation the settlers had suffered just prior to the disengagement. ...

History of Brain Surgery Now in a 'Grey' Area Following Archeologists Finding

...anually priced hole which seems to have been made for medical reasons. Thracians comprised of cross cultural tribes of Indo-European origin and native settlers in the Balkan region dating back to the Early Bronze Age. Thus this discovery noticed for being the first of its kind dating back to pre historic ages...
Settlers in Biological News

Study reveals potential to amass more carbon in eastern North American forests

...sin, but also for regions across eastern North America where forests were leveled historically to make room for agriculture, and then grew up again as settlers abandoned their farms and headed west. In Wisconsin, for example, forest biomass and carbon have been steadily recovering since the peak of agricultur...

Study reveals potential to amass more carbon in eastern North American forests

...sin, but also for regions across eastern North America where forests were leveled historically to make room for agriculture, and then grew up again as settlers abandoned their farms and headed west. In Wisconsin, for example, forest biomass and carbon have been steadily recovering since the peak of agricultur...

Earthworm activity can alter forests' carbon-carrying capabilities

...es were brought to North America by early European colonists, probably in the ships' ballasts or in plant soil. In northern North American forests the settlers found land devoid of such creatures because the worms never reoccupied soils formed when the glaciers melted. In addition, earthworms don't move ve...

Evolving designer ecosystem sheds light on unintended consequences

...area as far back as 300 B.C. The Hohokam people constructed an extensive series of canals for irrigation in the region (until 1450 AD). A new group of settlers arrived in the 1860s and immediately began building "ditches" or simple irrigation canals. Construction continued through the 1900's as dams were buil...

Patriotic new lilacs introduced

...ardens, and have played a storied role in U.S. history. Native to East Asia and Southeast Europe, lilacs were brought to North America by the first settlers and were sold in American nurseries as early as 1800. The oldest living lilacs in North America may be those at the Governor Wentworth estate in Ports...

Inherited cancer mutation is widespread in America

...cher with Ohio States Human Cancer Genetics Program. The Pilgrims began arriving in the 1600s, so the mutation could have arisen first in very early settlers from Europe, or in Native Americans. Its unclear whether well ever learn who the first person was to have this mutation, Hampel says, but it is clear...

Tassie tiger no match for dingo

...000 was also pressured by government bounties: records reveal that 2,000 bounties were paid in the period the period 1888-1912. Like the dingo, the settlers competed with the thylacines food base by hunting small animals and reducing their numbers through ecological and environmental impacts. The last know...

Remote sheep population resists genetic drift

...s more than 3,000 kilometres from its nearest port. The French government has used the island as a military outpost since the early 1900s, with French settlers arriving in the 1950s. The Haute Island mouflon descended from two Corsican mouflons taken from the Vincennes Zoo in Paris in 1957. Mouflon are ...
Settlers in Biological Technology

International eyes drawn to Madison's games research

...accurate, it can still play a part in learning. Another example is the Civilization games, which let players build a society, all the way from nomadic settlers without even the knowledge of ceramics to spaceship-building civilizations. Games of Civilization rarely resemble real history. You can play the Ameri...

CEOs and CIOs must be 'joined at the hip'

...as much to gain in terms of capability and cost by deploying mature technologies. "Our business model states that the pioneers get the arrows, and the settlers get the land," he stated. For his part, Cagigal would like to field more employee questions about new or existing technologies. "We don't have enou...
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