Cool Green Fall Book Review

Cool Green Fall Book Review

And Burke spends time understanding what motivates guides and their clients to destroy family ties and friendships in pursuit of fish.It’s a story in the tradition of Ahab and Santiago, and one of the more enjoyable fishing books I’ve read this year.

How to Preorder the Xbox Series X and Series S: Pricing, Release Date, and More

How to Preorder the Xbox Series X and Series S: Pricing, Release Date, and More

The Xbox Series X is $500, which is about what most next-gen consoles start at.There's no Blu-ray disc drive, so you can only play digital games from the Microsoft Store.

The First Repeat Covid-19 Infection Case Isn’t All Bad News

The First Repeat Covid-19 Infection Case Isn’t All Bad News

Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic , scientists have been saying that if the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, sticks around long enough, people are likely to catch it more than once.On Monday, researchers at Hong Kong University presented the first confirmation that this can, in fact, happen with SARS-CoV-2.

Inside the Sprint to Map the Asian Giant Hornet Genome

Inside the Sprint to Map the Asian Giant Hornet Genome

Asian giant hornets will defend their nest if it’s disturbed, but most of the time they’re not aggressive toward humans, or even interested in them.In North America, the Asian giant hornet appears to have found an easier target: domestic honey bees.

The Crocodile Hunter Was My Childhood Hero

The Crocodile Hunter Was My Childhood Hero

And I had Steve Irwin, who loved wildlife with an unabashed enthusiasm that a paralytically self-conscious tween girl could never muster.Irwin taught millions of children like me that wildlife — even the ugly, slimy, and scaly — should be loved.

Dolphins Are Still Accidental Casualties of Tuna Fishing

Dolphins Are Still Accidental Casualties of Tuna Fishing

Dolphin numbers in the Indian Ocean may have dropped by more than 80 percent in recent decades, with an estimated 4 million small cetaceans caught as “by-catch” in commercial tuna-fishing nets since 1950, according to a study.

Sustainable Swordfish: Fishing Deep for Conservation Solutions

Sustainable Swordfish: Fishing Deep for Conservation Solutions

“The Nature Conservancy needed a conservation solution that could tackle bycatch challenges while still providing economic opportunities for sustainable fishing in coastal fishing communities,” said Dr. Alexis Jackson, Fishery Project Director with TNC’s California Oceans Program.

Colonies of Aggressive, Social Spiders Boom After a Hurricane

Colonies of Aggressive, Social Spiders Boom After a Hurricane

They found that the most aggressive colonies were located in places with the highest historic exposure to cyclones.“There’s clearly some kind of selection going on here for the aggressive individuals in response to these extreme weather events, and that’s what’s really fascinating,” says George Uetz, a spider biologist at the University of Cincinnati.

Why Do Little Birds Mob Big Birds?

Why Do Little Birds Mob Big Birds?

Flickr Back at its display ground, a red-winged blackbird will fend off rivals of its own species at its territory, but like many birds, will also drive away just about anything that gets near.

Google Fi for iPhones: Fewer Features, Lower Prices

Google Fi for iPhones: Fewer Features, Lower Prices

It also leaves out some important secondary features, like visual voicemail, calls and texts over Wi-Fi, automated spam detection, and international tethering.Similarly, Android smartphones that aren't built specifically for Google Fi—so anything other than Pixels and those LG and Motorola handsets—won't be able to seamlessly switch between, say, T-Mobile and Sprint, or between Wi-Fi and cellular.

Reducing sedimentation

Reducing sedimentation

While soil erosion and sedimentation are entirely natural processes, the rates increased markedly due to loss of forest landcover with the arrival of people in New Zealand, says Dr Swales.