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Links 1 through 10 of 11 by Michelle Merrill tagged anthropology+biodiversity

BBC documentary about the Galapagos Islands (famous for finch evolution and Darwin's visit while on HMS Beagle voyage)

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Actually, the abstract of the original article merely suggests that there is more biodiversity in response to the opening of new niches, which follows quite logically from Darwinian evolutionary concepts.

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Connie Barlow investigates the "ghosts" of extinct seed dispersers in surviving co-evolved fruit trees, based on Jenzen and Martin, plus discussions of wildlife corridors, assisted migration and “Pleistocene rewilding” in the face of climate change to preserve biodiversity

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"The research team has, for the first time, discovered a close association between Earth climate and extinctions in a study that has examined the relationship over the past 520 million years..."
Includes descriptions of major extinction events in fossil record.

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Everything you want to know about everything living on this planet? It may not be here yet, but it looks like it will be; curated to be scientifically accurate and up-to-date, but open-source enough to get the maximum info with the minimum time, effort and expense. It's growing saltationally (by leaps and bounds).

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study examining phylogenetic diversity of plants in modern human diets

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The Race Project, an exploration of human diversity by the American Anthropological Association. Excellent, interactive, informative site.

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25 Most Endangered Primates Named: National Geographic News Photo Gallery - photo essay on IUCN listing.

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A web project involving biologists worldwide, showing the diversity of life and its genetic connections. A great introduction to phylogenetic systematics.

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