“We found that human modification of the landscape in the birds’ distribution ranges in Europe, Africa and Western Asia is associated with declining numbers of over 100 Afro-Eurasian migratory birds.” Dr C,laire Buchan from UEA’s School of Biological Sciences
“Prince Charles has described this transportation of people as being “appalling” and it is – it’s appalling, and inhuman and illegal.”
An unknown band of humans settled there around 500 AD—some 350 years before the Vikings.
Footprints thought to have been made by children and teenagers between 23 and 21 thousand years ago in lake shore muds at White Sands, New Mexico. (Credit Bennett et al. 2021)
Key ages of early H. sapiens, Neanderthals and Denisovans (image credit: Delson, 2019; Fig. 1)
The likely appearances of Neanderthals and anatomically modern humans when they first met between 50 and 40 thousand years ago. (Credit: Jason Ford, New York University)
An international team of archaeologists, geographers, ecologists, and computer scientists has mapped the probable “superhighways” that led to the first peopling of the Australian continent some 50,000-70,000 years ago.
A new study by Alicia R. Ventresca Miller and team of the University of Michigan employed isotopic analyses to investigate patterns of diet and mobility in Scythian populations.
Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Cardiff University followed tagged 56 Arctic peregrine falcons and tracked their journeys by satellite.
Fieldworkers and volunteer citizen scientists have collected around 50,000 observations from more than 2,500 individuals, providing precious information on survival and location of individual shags.