Daily Archives: November 21, 2015

Learning from guano: In search of a paleo-seabird proxy

Via the Geo: Geography and Environment blog, Jessica Conroy (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, USA) on seabirds, climate change, El Niño and the Galápagos. Source: Learning from guano: In search of a paleo-seabird proxy ? Geo: Geography and Environment is a fully open access journal which…

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Royal Botanical Gardens, Melbourne

Originally posted on The Learning Curve:
Royal Botanical Gardens in Melbourne are internationally renowned and have a history of more than 165 years. Spread over 94 acres, they have breathtaking landscapes and have a collection of more than 10,000 species…

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