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A state wildlife officer on Oct. 12 cited Department of Natural Resources director Mike King for an incident in involving use of an ATV while hunting elk in September in the Egeria Park area south of Steamboat Springs...Court records show King
Despite the well-researched and recognised socio-economic and ecological values of mangroves worldwide, mangrove ecosystems are among the world's most threatened vegetation types. More than half of all original forests have already been lost. This
a New Hampshire-based tech company that manages web traffic for massive clients including Twitter, Netflix, and Etsy--saw the size of its team undergo cataclysmic growth...That shot to 50 in 2010, 115 in 2011, 200 in 2012, and hit about 300 last year.
One of Malaysia's biggest mangrove ecosystems is under threat as land clearing activities have begun at a patch near Kampung Kuala Gula. At over 40,000ha, the Matang mangrove forest in Perak's Kerian district is the largest mangrove ecosystem in the
A collection of international scientists collaborated and examined 50 years of sea surface and land temperature data to create a map that shows where existing environments may disappear due to climate change...This map looked at the same data more
conservationists pitted against criminal gangs. But the wildlife experts say it's a fight they have to take on. They have gathered at the Zoological Society of London to tackle how to halt the rapidly growing trade in animals.
Study shows urbanisation's impact on biodiversity Science and environment reporter, BBC News Although far fewer species were found in cities, the authors said it was wrong to view them as urban deserts Green spaces provide an "important refuge" for
Smith is skating on very thin ice as he's blindly accepting DOC bureaucrat's advice all based on the assumption the beech trees will have a super-seeding masting year and a population explosion in rats and mice. Laurie Collins said Nick Smith's
N.H. (AP) A New Hampshire property owner and a developer have agreed to pay the state $40,000 to resolve violations of wetlands laws. The state said in a lawsuit that David Minghella excavated an 800-foot-long trench in wetlands on land in
Kkey domestic species that should be preserved, protected and recovered would be better served by targeted legislative changes that can truly benefit species and people...If you find an endangered species, your land becomes virtually worthless