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New One Species at a Time Podcast - Cedar of Lebanon

Mentioned in the Bible and in the 8000-year-old epic Gilgamesh, Lebanon’s iconic cedars have been reduced to a fraction of their former range by centuries of logging. Ari Daniel Shapiro walks the Shouf Cedar Reserve to learn how scientists are working to save the last remaining trees from a more insidious threat—climate change. The answer may surprise you.

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To learn more about how to use EOL's One Species at a Time podcasts in the classroom and in broadcast media, please see our Podcast Guide for Educators or contact the EOL Learning & Education group.

December 26, 2012 17:54

Congratulations to the Winner of EOL Flickr Contest #94: "Arachnids"

Congratulations to Stuart Longhorn, the winner of EOL Flickr Contest #94: Arachnids. Thanks to all participants for their great submissions.

The next EOL Flickr contest is Best of 2012 - Please compete with your best organism images or videos from the last year.  Submissions will be open through Monday, January 7, 2012.

The Encyclopedia of Life Images Group on Flickr is a great way to contribute images to EOL. Have a look at the group home page for instructions, and post your questions to the group discussion.

December 25, 2012 15:05

Congratulations to the Winner of EOL Flickr Contest #93: "Grassland Biodiversity"

Congratulations to David Bygott, the winner of EOL Flickr Contest #93 Grassland Biodiversity. Thanks to all participants for their great submissions

The next EOL Flickr contest is  Arachnids -  Please compete with images of spiders and their relatives, including scorpions, solpugids, harvestmen, whipscorpions, vinegaroons, mites, and ticks. Select one (1) of your best images to compete with. Submissions will be open through next Monday, December 17, 2012.

The Encyclopedia of Life Images Group on Flickr is a great way to contribute images to EOL.  Have a look at the group home page for instructions, and post your questions to the group discussion.

December 11, 2012 05:23

New One Species at a Time Podcast - Moths

Like moths to a flame, some people are irresistibly drawn to the woods at night. Carrying bedsheets and armed with special lights and lures, they come seeking moths. In July 2012, in 49 states and numerous countries across the world, scientists and ordinary folk alike fanned out to get a closer look at these insects. They may be less gaudy than their butterfly cousins, yet they’re anything but ordinary.

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To learn more about how to use EOL's One Species at a Time podcasts in the classroom and in broadcast media, please see our Podcast Guide for Educators or contact the EOL Learning & Education group.

December 10, 2012 15:13