Posts Tagged ‘Desert’

The interaction of path integration and terrestrial visual cues in navigating desert ants: what can we learn from path characteristics? [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

Cornelia Buehlmann, A. Sofia D. Fernandes, and Paul GrahamAnt foragers make use of multiple navigational cues to navigate through the world and the combination of innate navigational strategies and the learning of environmental information is the secr…

Thorny devils drink water by burying themselves in sand

DESERT SURVIVAL TACTICS: The secret to thorny devils’ survival in the desert is shovelling sand on top of themselves to suck the moisture out of it, a study suggests.

Understanding the Rhythms of the Desert: Citizen Science, Committed Communities, Public Libraries and SciStarter

A guest post from the Superstition Area Land Trust (SALT) community in Apache Junction, AZ.

Understanding the Rhythms of the Desert: A Citizen Science and Lending Library Program 

Presented by: The Superstition Area Land Trust (SALT), SciStarter, …

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