Posts Tagged ‘Brazil’

Creative Solutions to Carbon Reduction

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014
carbon, storage, capture, stocks, deforestation, cattle ranching, climate change

When life gives you lemons/When the going gets tough/Insert your cliché here…

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Friday, July 19th, 2013
lionfish, Luiz Rocha, caribbean, Brazil, Belize, invasive, species, coral, reefs, fish, submersible, dives

As invasive lionfish spread throughout the Caribbean and farther south, researchers are learning more about these damaging fish.

Toucans in the Forest Ecosystem

Monday, June 3rd, 2013
toucans, ecosystems, rainforests, forests, palm trees, seeds, palms, beaks

By Molly Michelson In ecosystems, every organism plays a part. From the smallest microbe to the fiercest predator to the tallest tree, each species contributes to making its community healthy. But this role isn’t always obvious. Take the colorful toucan and the palm tree Euterpe edulis in the Brazilian rainforest. Scientists have long understood that […]

Sugarcane – Best of Biofuels?

Monday, May 9th, 2011
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As more sugarcane is grown to fuel Brazilians’ cars, can the crop also work to lower temperatures?

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