Read This: The NYT on The Secret Life of Trees

Read This: The NYT on The Secret Life of Trees

This week’s New York Times Magazine includes a fascinating read by Ferris Jabr (with incredible photos by Brendan George Ko) about the work of forest ecologist Suzanne Simard.  Simard’s career began when studying for her Ph.D. she examined the fungal links between Douglas fir and paper birch in the forests of her childhood home in […]

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One Cool Thing: Lizards Adapt to Better Survive Climate Change (shameless plus here)

One Cool Thing: Lizards Adapt to Better Survive Climate Change (shameless plus here)

In a groundbreaking new study, scientists examined lizards on Caribbean Islands and across Central and South America and found that in the places that had been hit repeatedly by hurricanes, the lizards had developed larger toe pads.  The New York Times explains that until now, “the strongest evidence for how evolution can be shaped by […]

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