Scientists reconstructed the evolutionary history of the Javan leopard. The study highlights the urgent need for concerted conservation efforts to preserve the Javan leopard from extinction.
The Indian monsoon’s yearly onset and withdrawal can now be forecasted significantly earlier than previously possible.
Scientists have described three new mouse lemur species. They live in the South and East of Madagascar and increase the number of known mouse lemur species to 24.
If nanoparticles are lost in the analytical apparatus, they are not detected, and a “false negative” result occurs. Researchers managed to reduce the loss and to improve the limit of detection.
Future sea-level rise is a problem probably too big to be solved even by unprecedented geo-engineering such as pumping water masses onto the Antarctic continent.
The results of a new study show: Checks on persons at all borders on the Balkan and Italian routes would cost Austria between 80 and 210 million euros at its current annual economic output.
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