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19:39 EST 14th December 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Creation of forest edges has a global impact on forest vertebrates

Fragmentation of forest ecosystems produces forest edges, which affect the distribution of many analysed vertebrate species; smaller-bodied amphibians, larger reptiles and medium-sized mammals experience a larger reduction in suitable habitat than other forest-core species.

Initial survey results reveal a worrying decline in Guinea's forest elephant population

A new survey by Fauna & Flora International (FFI) has highlighted the increasing risk in the density and distribution of forest elephants in Guinea's Ziama Massif forest. This is the first time that such a survey has been attempted since 2004.


Daiichi spends $300M to settle Benicar suits

The Japanese company and Forest Laboratories resolved the claims, but did not admit liability related to lawsuits that have been ongoing since 2014.

Forestry: Sustainability crisis brews in EU forestry

The European Parliament decided in September that member states of the European Union can increase forest harvesting, provided the forest's carbon sink remains positive and sustainable forest-management practices are not violated. This decision did not include a proviso for reducing carbon emissions in other sectors

$900K NSF grant helps Wake Forest researchers look for the big picture in big data

(Wake Forest University) Thanks to a $900,000 award from the National Science Foundation, Wake Forest University researchers are examining how the plant hormone ethylene affects growth and development of the roots of Arabidopsis thaliana, which is a genetic model used to provide insight into other plants.

A decade of monitoring shows the dynamics of a conserved Atlantic tropical forest

(Pensoft Publishers) Characterized with high levels of biodiversity and endemism, the Atlantic Tropical Forest has been facing serious anthropogenic threats over the last several decades. Having put important ecosystem services at risk, such activities need to be closely studied as part of the forest dynamics. Thus, a Brazilian team of researchers spent a decade monitoring a semi-deciduous forest ...

Light at the end of the tunnel: Restored forest now shelters dozens of endangered species

(Pensoft Publishers) A twenty-year effort to protect and manage tiny remnants of a dilapidated forest in Benin, along with its agricultural and fallow vegetation surroundings, resulted in 14 ha of rich secondary forest, which corresponds to the size of nearly 20 sacred groves. This sanctuary now protects the critically endangered red-bellied monkey together with 52 endangered plant species. The st...

Hidden Inca treasure: Remarkable new tree genus discovered in the Andes

(Wake Forest University) Hidden in plain sight -- that's how researchers describe their discovery of a new genus of large forest tree commonly found, yet previously scientifically unknown, in the tropical Andes. Researchers from the Smithsonian and Wake Forest University detailed their findings in a study just released the journal PhytoKeys.

The Latest: More crews, dogs to join search for missing man

TONTO NATIONAL FOREST, Ariz. (AP) — The Latest on deadly flash flooding in a national forest in Arizona (all times local):

A big difference between Asian and African elephants is diet

New research has shown that there are significant differences between the Asian and the African forest elephant - and it isn't just about size and the shape of their ears. It is about what they eat and how they affect forest ecosystems. See video here.

Forest Resilience Declines in Face of Wildfires, Climate Change

In a recent study, researchers wanted to understand if and how changing climate over the last several decades affected post-fire tree regeneration, a key indicator of forest resilience

Nature gem within the city: What grows in the biodiversity-rich Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve

(Pensoft Publishers) Being the oldest of its kind in Malaysia, Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve is a nature enclave, lying in the center of the busy capital city Kuala Lumpur. Researchers from the Forest Research Institute Malaysia have now teamed up to publish an extensive checklist of the flora of this urban nature enclave, while making use of the innovative 'ecosystem inventory' template available in...

Forest regeneration experiment of 30 years yields results

(University of Alaska Fairbanks) A spruce forest regeneration experiment in Interior Alaska that spanned nearly 30 years demonstrates which forest management practices produce the best results. It looked at different combinations of ground treatments to reduce competition from other vegetation and of regeneration methods, such as planting spruce seedlings and broadcast seeding. The results show t...

Memory Forest Launches with the Goal of Turning Tombstones into Trees, Cemeteries into Forests

Greenwood Village, CO (PRWEB) October 10, 2017 The Living Urn®, America’s leading bio urn and planting system, which gives families the ability to grow a memory tree with a loved one’s cremated remains, is excited to announce the launch of Memory Forest™ , a new type of cemetery where a...

EU warns Poland to obey logging ban in ancient forest

The EU warned Poland Wednesday to obey a ban on logging in Europe's last primeval woodland, saying it would add any breach to a broader Brussels case against Warsaw over democratic standards. Poland's right-wing government vowed on Monday that logging would continue in the ancient Bialowieza forest despite an injunction issued last week by the European Court of Justice, the bloc's top court. "If...

Wild bees thrive after severe forest fires

Early results from a two-year study in southern Oregon suggest that moderate and severe forest fires create conditions that lead to greater abundance and diversity of wild bees.

Despite forest loss, African protected area can support 10s of thousands of elephants

(Wildlife Conservation Society) Despite some forest loss, Mozambique's sprawling Niassa National Reserve has the potential to support tens of thousands of elephants and 1,000 lions according to a new land-use study published in the journal Parks.

Animal acoustic activity decline shows forest fire pollution wreaks havoc on wildlife

(University of Kent) Forest fires in Southeast Asia during the El Niño droughts of 2015 caused considerable disruption to the biodiversity of the region due to the smoke-induced 'haze' they created, according to new research led by Benjamin Lee at the University of Kent and the National Parks Board in Singapore.

EU court orders Poland to stop logging primeval forest now

By Gabriela Baczynska and Agnieszka Barteczko BRUSSELS/WARSAW (Reuters) - The European Union's top court ordered Poland on Friday to immediately halt large-scale logging in an ancient protected forest, one of many cases that has pitted the nationalist, eurosceptic government in Warsaw against the bloc. The EU's executive Commission earlier this year sued Poland at the European Court of Justice (...

Wake Forest Baptist receive $9 Million grant to study aggressive brain cancer

(Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center) Glioblastoma is the most aggressive cancer that originates in the brain. Current therapies can slow the disease, but more often than not can't cure it.

Carbon cycling in forest soils research presented

(American Society of Agronomy) The activity of soil microbes can tell a story of the value of carbon storage in soil. The 'Belowground Wood Stake Decomposition in Forest Soil' presentation planned at the Managing Global Resources for a Secure Future ASA, CSSA, SSSA International Annual Meeting in Tampa, Fla., will address this important topic.

Pollutant emitted by forest fire causes DNA damage and lung cell death

(Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo) Scientists performed tests with particles from forest and crop fires in the Amazon. Not only did they induce inflammation, oxidative stress and genetic damage in human lung cells, but they also drove one-third of the cultured cells to death.

Allergan settles gender discrimination case for $4m

It could have been much worse for Allergan, after it agreed to pay $4 million to resolve a lawsuit alleging gender discrimination. The case related to Forest Laboratories, a company that Allergan acquired back in 2014 for $25 billion, with former employees alleging that it paid women in its sales force less than men and sought $100 million in recompense. read more

USDA awards funds to support sustainable forest and rangeland programs

(National Institute of Food and Agriculture ) The US Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture today announced three grants to help promote sustainable management practices by America's forest landowners and ranchers.


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