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concepts and methods for modern wildlife conservation - revolutionary achievements in the fields of miniaturisation of technologies from field and veterinary imaging techniques via computers to gps satellite data and the continuous advances in biotechnology open totally new areas for conservation research, forestry herbicide influences on biodiversity and wildlife - karl v miller is professor of wildlife ecology and management in the warnell school of forest resources at the university of georgia he earned his b s at penn state university 1979 his m s at ohio state university 1981 and his ph d at the university of georgia 1985, professor stephen simpson the university of sydney - professor stephen simpson ac is academic director of the charles perkins centre and a professor in the school of life and environmental sciences at the university of sydney and executive director of obesity australia stephen was born in melbourne after completing his undergraduate degree at the, bison m species booklet - check to show all sections click blue section head to show hide details jump to section, cigogne blanche wikip dia - nom binominal ciconia ciconia linnaeus 1758 synonymes ardea ciconia linnaeus 1758 protonyme statut de conservation uicn lc pr occupation mineure la cigogne blanche ciconia ciconia est une grande esp ce d oiseaux chassiers de la famille des ciconiid s son plumage est principalement blanc avec du noir sur les ailes les adultes ont de longues pattes rouges et un bec rouge, faune de l australie wikip dia - l australie pr sente deux ordres de mammif res placentaires end miques les chauves souris de l ordre des chiroptera repr sent es par six familles ainsi que les souris et rats de l ordre des rodentia rongeurs famille des muridae murid s cela fait relativement peu de temps que les chauves souris et les rongeurs sont arriv s en australie, environment news features the telegraph - latest environmental news features and updates pictures video and more, african archaeology news and the latest discoveries at www - u of a anthropologist willoughby believes that the items found prove continuous occupation of the areas over the last 200 000 years through what is known as the genetic bottleneck period of the last ice age