Posts Tagged ‘North America’

Were there humans in North America 100 thousand years ago?

This is the sort of stuff we expect to read in Stranger Than You Think News.  But here it is, soberly, from Ewen Callaway in Nature News: Ancient humans settled in North America around 130,000 years ago, suggests a controversial study — pushing the date back more than 100,000 years earlier than most scientists accept. […]

How a continent collision built the Appalachian mountains

The process that built the Appalachian Mountains 300 million years ago is similar to the […]

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Losing Amazon rainforest would make Siberia colder

When a forest disappears, vegetation on the other side of the world can feel significant effects, […]

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A biodiversity hotspot for Microgastrinae (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) in North America: annotated species checklist for Ottawa, Canada

ZooKeys 633: 1-93
DOI: 10.3897/zookeys.633.10480
Authors: Jose Fernandez-Triana, Caroline Boudreault, Joel Buffam, Ronald Maclean
Abstract:

Microgastrinae
wasps (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) from the …

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