Thank you gorillas!
1/26/16

Due to its movement and feeding habits, the western lowlands gorilla could contribute to a more rapid regeneration of harvested forests in Central Africa.

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Microplastics in fish stomachs
12/4/15

A new economical and effective method for clearly distinguishing microplastics from other particles present in the digestive tract of fish.  This is a step forward for a booming subject of research.

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The Mediterranean: toxic for whales
11/27/15

Whether they are banned or not, persistent organic pollutants cause considerable damage to our environment. The whales of the Mediterranean are a sad reminder of this fact.

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Quand le phytoplancton devient Monsieur Météo
10/19/15

La Méditerranée se réchauffe-t-elle toujours ? Une étude réunissant 32 ans de données sur le phytoplancton, montre que nous sommes passés dans une autre phase, plus variable.

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Mapping crime in cities
10/9/15

Thanks to a new mapping model, it is possible to rapidly analyse the police’s databases and thus help to better prevent crime. It integrates spatial continuity, an innovation in a field that favours vector data in a discrete space.

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