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November 27, 2017

Critics: Ohio’s plan to cut Lake Erie algae lacks direction

TOLEDO, Ohio — Ohio’s outline for sharply reducing what’s making algae flourish in Lake Erie clearly shows that changes in farming methods are what’s needed.  The blueprint also has a long list of ways to do that, but some environmental groups say the state’s updated plan still lacks clear direction about what should come next.

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Researchers uncover genetic ‘secrets’ of Idaho bighorn sheep

LEWISTON, Idaho — Bighorn sheep living in decades past along Idaho’s Salmon River from Riggins to its East and Middle forks far upstream were more genetically diverse, and the different groups of sheep there were more connected with each other, compared to sheep populations of today. A University of Idaho researcher made the determination by

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Montana study aims to reduce grizzly-livestock encounters

POLSON, Mont. — A University of Montana graduate student is partnering with Indian tribes to study how effective electric fences are in protecting poultry and livestock from grizzly bear attacks. The Missoulian reported Saturday that the study will explore whether electric fencing changes the way grizzlies move through the populated Mission and Flathead Valleys. Student

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Researcher: Fungus could wipe out big Alabama bat colony

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A Georgia researcher who has studied one of Alabama’s biggest bat colonies says it could be all but wiped out within years by the deadly fungus that causes white-nose syndrome. Chris Cornelison, a doctoral student at Kennesaw State University, and two other researchers surveyed the colony at Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve in

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