Texture of Tuesday – 4 — antilandscaper

A world made of trees That lives its’ own sentinel life Designs and texture close up Can be smooth, papery, scales and cracks Flaky, stripes, thrones, ridged and furrowed Step back and they become The uniqueness of a forest community Where they are rooted in their home

Texture of Tuesday – 4 — antilandscaper

Dinosaurs survived one extinction in chilly temperatures – study — The Extinction Chronicles

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF – Saturday React8 Comments|39 Share https://www.msn.com/en-us/weather/topstories/dinosaurs-survived-one-extinction-in-chilly-temperatures-study/ar-AAZ89sU?ocid=msedgdhp&cvid=b49af7fe99b848b3a537fe3c7a9b030a Save Dinosaurs may have outsurvived other creatures living alongside them during a largescale extinction preceding the period where they became dominant due to their ability to survive in frosty conditions, according to a new peer-reviewed study published in Science Advances on Friday. © (photo credit: Courtesy of Woodruff […]

Dinosaurs survived one extinction in chilly temperatures – study — The Extinction Chronicles

Wolves survived the ice age as a single, global population — The Extinction Chronicles

Many dog populations seem to have two doses of wolf genes. JOHN TIMMER – 6/29/2022, 4:43 PM https://arstechnica.com/science/2022/06/ancient-wolf-genomes-indicate-an-east-asian-origin-for-dogs/ Enlarge / An Eastern Gray Wolf is a mix of Siberian ancestry and coyote DNA.Michael Cummings 51WITH 37 POSTERS PARTICIPATING SHARE ON FACEBOOK SHARE ON TWITTER Man’s best friend was the first of many animals humans have domesticated. But there was […]

Wolves survived the ice age as a single, global population — The Extinction Chronicles

American Vistas — Jet Eliot

As Americans celebrate Independence Day this weekend, it’s a good time to ponder and admire the diverse habitats and picturesque vistas all contained in this one large country. The western half of the country is dominated by the Rocky Mountains–the largest mountain system in North America–and the Pacific Ocean. Rocky Mtn NP, CO and moose […]

American Vistas — Jet Eliot

Will More Forests Cool The Planet Fast Enough? — Organikos

Thanks to Fred Pearce, who we normally link to at Yale e360, for The Forest Forecast, an article in the current issue of Science magazine: Climate change could lead to a net expansion of global forests. But will a more forested world actually be cooler? These are strange times for the Indigenous Nenets reindeer herders of […]

Will More Forests Cool The Planet Fast Enough? — Organikos

Learning To Appreciate Wasps — Organikos

Wasps are one of the least appreciated creatures on the planet, but we have always suspected they deserve some respect. We just never investigated why that might be the case. So, our thanks to the Guardian for bringing this book to our attention in an article titled Why we should all love wasps: Wasps have […]

Learning To Appreciate Wasps — Organikos