Friday, 26 January 2018

Humans take up too much space -- and it's affecting how mammals move


ScienceDaily

Study found that human-modified landscapes shrink mammal movements by up to half. Story here.

Moose in Riding Mountain National Park, 
Manitoba, Canada. PinP photo.


World's Oceans Last Year Hit Hottest Temperatures Ever Recorded... 'By Far'


COMMON

 DREAMS
Experts say the data indicates that humans must urgently "reduce the heating of our planet by using energy more wisely and increasing the use of clean and renewable energy." Story here.
Coral reefs. 
A Wikimedia photo.

Canadian ice caps disappear, confirming 2017 scientific prediction

PHYS ORG The white patch in the lower left and dark spot in the upper right were all that remained of two, once-mighty glaciers in the regio...