A neural correlate of sensory consciousness in a corvid bird

"Crow King" from a collection of corvid portraits owned by Dr. Kenneth M Beck Science Journals — AAAS Andreas Nieder*, Lysann Wagener, Paul Rinnert "Consciousness shared Humans have tended to believe that we are the only species to possess certain traits, behaviors, or abilities, especially with regard to cognition. Occasionally, we extend such traits to …

A Watershed Study for Wetland Restoration

September 24, 2020 New framework identifies ecohydrological drivers for coastal estuaries and tidal rivers Lynne Roeder, PNNL Amy Borde, an Earth scientist at PNNL’s Marine and Coastal Research Laboratory, identifies grass species at the edge of a brackish marsh near the mouth of the Columbia River. Photo by Shon Zimmerman | PNNLSHARE Where rivers meet oceans, each …

Insights on Arctic Goose Production in 2020

Ducks Unlimited, Inc - the only international NGO (non-government organization) bringing together conservationists and hunters from three countries: Canada, USA, and Mexico to protect the wetlands and flyways of the North American ducks and geese. And hunting them! Sometimes with the same people and families! A full-cycle duck. https://youtu.be/i1j3jrWFI8c From the National Snow and Ice …

Arctic Sea-Ice Minimum

A sharp decline of Arctic sea ice at the beginning of September dropped the extent below 4.0 million square kilometers (1.54 million square miles) for only the second time since the beginning of the satellite record in 1979. At this point, NOAA and NASA are not making a definitive statement on what that minimum might be, as both …