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How Noise Pollution is Changing Animal B...

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How noise pollution is changing animal behaviour Noise pollution, generally an unintended byproduct of urbanisation, transport, and industry, is a key characteristic of human development and population growth. In some cases, it is produced intentionally, for example when seismic surveys are being carried out using powerful airgun arrays to explore and map the seafloor, or […]

When Science “Discovers” What Traditiona

It’s taken thousands of years, but Western science is finally catching up to Traditional Knowledge A team of researchers in northern Australia have documented kites and falcons, “firehawks,” intentionally carrying burning sticks to spread fire: It is just one example of western science catching up to Indigenous Traditional Knowledge. by George Nicholas, Simon Fraser University  Originally […]