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A dribble of knowledge
http://domeara.wordpress.com/about/
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An Ecological Oratorio
Biodiversity, Carbon footprint, Climate Change, Conservation, Corporate social responsibility, Ecotourism, Endangered Species, Environment, Environmental education, Environmental issues, Environmental policy, Environmental Pollution, Nature, Ocean acidification, Particulate matter, Phthalates, Plastics, Sustainable development, Sustainable living
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Climatica
What do the climate experts say? How do scientists know the climate is changing? Climatica brings scientifically accurate information from the experts to you! Here you’ll find atmospheric chemists and physicists, geologists, oceanographers, glaciologists, ecologists, and other climate scientists writing about the topics they love to spend their lives researching.
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Collide-a-Scape
Collide-a-Scape is a wide-ranging blog forum that explores issues at the nexus of science, culture and society.
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Conservation
The Source for Environmental Intelligence
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Darwinian Demon
What are the ecological and evolutionary implications of human dominance? Understanding the Anthropocene based on human ecological nature.
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David Elliott | microbial ecologist
Microbial ecology, computers, technology, environment, bacteria, fungi
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Dilworth Environmental
Providing the best available science on Environmental Impacts and related Public Interest laws.
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DNA Barcoding
A blog on everything that relates to DNA-based species identification and biodiversity research.
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Dot Earth
No summary available for this site.
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Down To Earth
A day in the life of Soil Science
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Eco-Now
Raising awareness about endangered species and the human impact on biodiversity NOW and efforts to protect biodiversity for the future.
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EcoPost
Delivering ecological and environmental news and views. EcoPost is a new blog, set up by a group of students based around the University of Edinburgh. We all have different interests, but what brings us together is our shared love of all things related to the environment and ecology. We started this blog wanting to express our enthusiasms; from bugs to badgers, nitrogen fixation to ocean currents, to tropical forests and everything in between, and to have a place to share things that we find interesting, inspiring and worthy of your attention. We hope you enjoy reading our posts!
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EH Science
Informing and empowering readers with the latest scientific research news.
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Emma Cooper's blog
The latest blog posts from Emma Cooper, on botany, horticulture, agriculture and environmental science. To access the archives, go to emmacooper.org/blog
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Endless Forms Most Beautiful
A blog on the natural sciences, the environment, and human and animal relationships.
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Extinction Countdown
News and research about endangered species around the world.
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Eyes on Environment
From biodiversity to biodegradables, this blog explores the data and discoveries about our environment - covering climate change, pollution, policy, green technologies, and more.
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flora+fauna+fungi
the natural world
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G-Soil
Soils are key to the functioning of the Earth system and provide the food and fibre supply for humankind. The importance of soils to both people and the environment makes soil scientists and their research fundamental to society. Here, we bring soil science into the public eye, detailing the latest research in the field, straight from the scientists!
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Gabriel Popkin
A science and environment blog combining personal narrative and original reporting.
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GeoSphere
The term geosphere is an all-encompassing word that incorporates just about every aspect of the earth sciences. This means that topics ranging from geophysics to geochemistry to geobiology are part of the geosphere. The blog Geosphere honours its namesake by covering any and every topic in the geosciences. The principal goal of Geosphere and its author, Matt Herod, is to make science clear for anyone that should stumble in and enhance awareness of the geosphere for all. With this in mind I encourage any who have questions to post, comment or email me.
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GeoSphere
The term geosphere is an all-encompassing word that incorporates just about every aspect of the earth sciences. This means that topics ranging from geophysics to geochemistry to geobiology are part of the geosphere. The blog Geosphere honours its namesake by covering any and every topic in the geosciences. The principal goal of Geosphere and its author, Matt Herod, is to make science clear for anyone that should stumble in and enhance awareness of the geosphere for all. With this in mind I encourage any who have questions to post, comment or email me.
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Gravity's Rainbow
Botany, books, shoes, & justice
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Green
No summary available for this site.
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Green Dreaming
Sustainability, science, gardening and environment news, tips and information
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Green Science
A high schooler's perspective on the importance of protecting the resources and biodiversity of planet Earth.
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Green Screen
Green Screen offers news and stories about global ecological conditions and monitors the events, research and trends impacting Earth's environment and the plants, animals and ecosystems it comprises.
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ImaGeo
ImaGeo is a visual blog focusing on the intersection of imagery, imagination and Earth. It focuses on spectacular visuals related to the science of our planet, with an emphasis (although not an exclusive one) on the unfolding Anthropocene Epoch.
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Indian Biodiversity Talks
News and updates about Indian Biodiversity Conservation. Updated research findings and conservation measures about Indian biodiversity.
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