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Introduction: This two-part short course, instructed by Hugh Possingham and Jennifer McGowan (The Nature Conservancy), will assist participants to formulate and solve general...
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Remote sensing tools have facilitated a new understanding of animal migration by revealing the movements of billions of individuals across the globe. Yet despite their scale...
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The International Cooperation for Animal Research Using Space, or ICARUS, will be flying closer to the sun than ever when a pair of Russian cosmonauts installs the antennae...
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On May 3-4, Yale hosted a 2-day workshop with the goal of linking biodiversity sensors with data and models to predict global biodiversity change. This workshop brought...
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On May 2, Yale launched the Max Planck–Yale Center for Biodiversity Movement and Global Change with a daylong symposium. The center, a partnership with the Max Planck Society...
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This talk will show how the emergence of world biodiversity databases has led to new insights into how many species exist on Earth and spatial patterns of species richness...
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A Soyez-2 rocket lifted off from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Its cargo includes the Icarus onboard computer, the future brain of the German-Russian animal...
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