Monthly Archives: September 2015

Ecology of the Forest Floor: Ground Beetles and Habitat Health

Tiny insects embody a wealth of information. Continue reading

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It’s Not Every Day You Get to Fly Over a New Dinosaur Museum!

Surprising architecture, fascinating exhibitions and even a helicopter flight over a fossil site! Our CEO Meg Beckel shares highlights from her visit to the brand new Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum in Alberta. Continue reading

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Why should we get excited about one new species in the ocean?

Why should we get excited about one new species in the ocean?
Read more about a giant file clam which now has a new identity. Continue reading

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So when do you know you’ve discovered a new species?

When do you know you’ve discovered a new species? Read part 1 of the story of a giant file clam found 30 years ago. Continue reading

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