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Old, Fat Mice Blamed for Virus Transmission

...dings of the Royal Society B . Knowing where deer mouse populations thrive -- where mice grow older and bigger thanks to ample food, protection and nesting sites -- should help people avoid contact with the creatures or their droppings, the researchers suggested. More information Learn more about...

Oaks Development Group Closes on 2.1 Acres for Medical Office Building in Palm Coast, FL

...t restrictions or other limiting covenants that would prevent the provision of ancillary services by tenants -- multi-tiered exit strategies; -- nesting of complimentary professions to create synergy, increased patient flow; and -- designing buildings and practice combinations that enhance patient...

Oaks Development Group Closes on Second San Antonio Project

...out restrictions or other limiting covenants that would prevent the provision of ancillary services by tenants -- multi-tiered exit strategies; -- nesting of complimentary professions to create synergy, increased patient flow; and -- designing buildings and practice combinations that enhance patient ca...

Birds communicate reproductive success in song

...habitat conditions. It's a valuable shortcut. If birds can simply listen to vocal cues and make rapid decisions about something as important as future nesting habitat, Betts said, they may be able to respond more quickly and appropriately to degraded environmental conditions without having to experience them...

Oaks Development Group Acquires Medical Office Building in Punta Gorda, Florida

...t restrictions or other limiting covenants that would prevent the provision of ancillary services by tenants -- multi-tiered exit strategies; -- nesting of complimentary professions to create synergy, increased patient flow and -- natural referrals within the project; and -- designing buildings a...

New Web Site Offers Tools for Parents

...ans retail products, publishing, celebrity nursery design and, now, an online destination for moms and families. In 2003, she authored a book entitled nesting -- Design Inspirations for Your Growing Family. And, in 2006, Bellissimo was elected to the March of Dimes Board of Advisors. In most communities ...

Oaks Development Group Acquires Medical Office Building in Austin, Texas

... restrictions or other limiting covenants that would prevent the provision of ancillary services by tenants; -- multi-tiered exit strategies; -- nesting of complimentary professions to create synergy, increased patient flow and natural referrals within the project; and -- designing buildings and p...

Herons persist in Chicago wetlands despite exposure to banned chemicals

... Herons nesting in the wetlands of southeast Chicago are still bei...ers found PCBs and DDE in the eggs of night-herons nesting in the wetlands abutting Lake Calumet, in southeas...of the alewife in Lake Michigan coincides with the nesting season of the night-herons. The alewife come to ...

Bird Flu In Zambia-Panic Among Locals

... More than 40 wild birds were discovered dead in Livingston, southern Zambia, a major nesting area for migratory birds, on Wednesday //. Some villagers ate a few of the birds, and samples were collected to be sent for testing in Lusaka, the cap...

West Nile Virus Can Be Tackled By New Strategy

...at it is spread through a complex interaction// of nesting birds, mosquitoes and weather patterns. This kind ... These moist hammocks also happen to be the spring nesting and roosting sites of many species of wild birds, ...cks, the mosquitoes feed almost exclusively on the nesting birds and as a result, each bird is bitten by nume...
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PVC Multichannel Solution Basins

Description:... • V-shaped bottom allows easy withdrawal of solution • Corner pouring lips facilitate pour-out • nesting ring allows easy separation Disposable Multichannel Pipettor Solution Basin designed for 4, 8, and 12 channel pipettors. Angled sides and V-shape...
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Turtles alter nesting dates due to temperature change says ISU researcher

AMES, Iowa -- Turtles nesting along the Mississippi River and other areas are altering their nesting dates in response to rising temperatures, says a researcher from Iowa State University. Fred Janzen, a professor in ecology, evolution and organismal biology, has studied turtle nesting habits a...

Spanish researchers discover significant leatherback turtle nesting beaches in the Caribbean

July 30, 2008. A scientific project funded by the BBVA Foundation and conducted by a team from the Spanish Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) explored around 100 kilometers of practically uncharted Atlantic beach in the north of Colombia and south of Panama between the years 2006 and 2007. In ...

Turtle nesting threatened by logging practices in Gabon, Smithsonian warns

Endangered sea turtles are victims of sloppy logging practices in the west central African country Gabon, according to a study led by William Laurance, staff scientist at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute. The study will be published online in the journal Oryx later this month. Sea t...

Rare soft-shell turtle, nesting ground found in Cambodia

One of the world’s largest and least studied freshwater turtles has been found in Cambodia’s Mekong River, raising hopes that the threatened species can be saved from extinction. Scientists from Conservation International (CI), World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the Cambodian Fisheries Administration, an...

Noise pollution negatively affects woodland bird communities, says CU-Boulder study

...iet environments. The three-year study compared nesting birds inhabiting pinyon-juniper woodland sites sur...s and their noise-producing compressors with birds nesting in adjacent, quieter woodland sites. While bird species richness declined at noisy sites, the bird nesting success was higher there than in the nearby quiet ...

Working to conserve endangered 'Playboy' bunnies

...d money to support fieldwork on the rabbits. Hefneri live in an island environment and are dependent on specific grasses and plants for feeding, nesting and shelter. Population growth and development in the Lower Keys has led to the death of the bunnies at the hands of vehicles or domestic animals. The...

Scientists identify world's largest leatherback turtle population

... international team of scientists has identified a nesting population of leatherback sea turtles in Gabon, We...between 15,730 and 41,373 female turtles using the nesting beaches. The study highlights the importance of co...tection of marine turtles in Gabon During three nesting seasons between 2002 and 2007, the team's members ...

New dinosaur species possible in Northwestern Alberta

...450 kilometres northwest of Edmonton. Miyashita and Fanti came across a nesting site and found the remains of baby, plant-eating dinosaurs and the teeth of...research on this part of the continent: "It established that dinosaurs were nesting at this high latitude," said Miyashita. "It also shows for the first time a...

Managing Douglas-fir forests for diversity

...armth in the winter. The stands with hardwoods will provide hardwood seeds for wildlife food, and birds can use hardwood layers in the understory for nesting and foraging. Douglas-fir mortality from black stain root disease was greater where all hardwoods were removed than where some hardwoods were retaine...

Wild bees can be effective pollinators

...s see potential for cavitynesting bees, such as several species of mason bees, to be managed by growers who can support their populations by providing nesting materials. "Untreated bamboo or reeds are good materials because they provide natural variation in hole diameter to attract the broadest range of s...
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Wisconsin stands at the center of scientific efforts to avert flu epidemics

...merican Pacific, American Central and Atlantic flyways to see what happens when birds from North and South America mingle with Asian birds in the vast nesting grounds of Alaska and northern Canada. Those birds would return south later in the year. In Alaska, biologists are swabbing birds daily for signs ...
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