Monthly Archives: November 2018

Insect Apocalypse & Some Observations on Moths in Nova Scotia

Writing in Annapolis Royal & Area – Environment & Ecology, a public Facebook group, Connie A. posted a link to a NY Times article, The Insect Apocalypse is Here (subtitle; “What does it mean for the rest of life on … Continue reading

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The Bluff Wilderness Hiking Trail reveals ‘new branch’ of evolutionary tree of life

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Will we still have coral reefs 100 years from now?

Since 1980, most coral reefs have experienced at least three episodes of coral bleaching, triggered by global warming. Mass mortality of corals due to bleaching represents a radical shift in the disturbance of tropical reefs, representing a fundamental challenge to … Continue reading

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Wed Nov 7, 2018: Documentary & Discussion on Forest Bioenergy

The Halifax Field Naturalists Club is one of the partners in showing the film ““Burned – Are Trees the New Coal?” on November 7, at 6:30 p.m. at the Nova Scotia Museum of Natural History There will be a panel … Continue reading

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