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Chad Staples said: "We didn't have a single fire truck here the entire day," External link

brisbanetimes Monday, January 20, 2020 7:30:00 PM CET

Chad Staples said: "I would have presumed that such a huge asset to the region [the zoo] would have been able to draw some resources from somewhere to help protect it," External link

brisbanetimes Monday, January 20, 2020 7:30:00 PM CET

Chad Staples said: "That's where we see our skill set being the most useful for the South Coast," External link

brisbanetimes Monday, January 20, 2020 7:30:00 PM CET

Andrew Farnsworth says: “This type of research is invaluable,” External link

msn-uk Monday, January 20, 2020 3:02:00 PM CET

Richard Kingsford said: "These include dams that stop their movements, agriculture which can destroy their burrows, fishing gear and yabby traps which can drown them and invasive foxes which can kill them," External link

business-standard Monday, January 20, 2020 12:52:00 PM CET

Brendan Wintle said: "Even for a presumed 'safe' species such as the platypus, mitigating or even stopping threats, such as new dams, is likely to be more effective than waiting for the risk of extinction to increase and possible failure," "We should learn from the peril facing the koala to understand what happens when we ignore the warning signs," External link

business-standard Monday, January 20, 2020 12:52:00 PM CET

Richard Kingsford said: "We may have lost 40 per cent of platypus numbers and that is only going to get worse with the impacts of climate change over the next fifty odd years," External link

abc-au Monday, January 20, 2020 7:30:00 AM CET

Ross Thompson says: “Disturbances are one of the ways we learn about ecology best,” External link

scientificamerican Sunday, January 19, 2020 3:31:00 PM CET

Michael Clarke says: “In my case, it changed my research direction in a productive way,” External link

scientificamerican Sunday, January 19, 2020 3:31:00 PM CET

Michael Clarke says: “The more I delved into the ecological basis of fire management, the less confident I was that it was based on really good science,” External link

scientificamerican Sunday, January 19, 2020 3:31:00 PM CET

Richard Kingsford said: “the consequences are grim for the platypus” External link

theage Sunday, January 19, 2020 2:20:00 PM CET

Richard Kingsford said: “If we lost the platypus from Australian rivers, you would say, What sort of government policies or care allow that to happen?” External link

theage Sunday, January 19, 2020 2:20:00 PM CET

Richard Kingsford said: “the consequences are grim for the platypus” External link

smh Sunday, January 19, 2020 10:27:00 AM CET

Richard Kingsford said: “If we lost the platypus from Australian rivers, you would say, What sort of government policies or care allow that to happen?” External link

smh Sunday, January 19, 2020 10:27:00 AM CET

Simon Mduma said: “We used to kill when one lion attacked people but this is a huge group which we can not do the same (with),” “Lions are becoming vulnerable and we want to take action that will sustain them” External link

guardian Sunday, January 19, 2020 3:17:00 AM CET

Andrew Peters said: "The main issues is this has been unprecedented, in scale and in intensity," "We just don't know what the long term effects will be and it's hard for us to know what's actually been lost" External link

dailyadvertiser Saturday, January 18, 2020 5:06:00 AM CET

Andrew Peters said: "Bushfires are not the only challenges these animals are facing, they're experiencing [hardships] from cats and foxes, the changing climate is causing food insecurity and habitat loss, and a lot of them are being hit by diseases," "We still don't know the best approach, but we do know we need to support them. Can you imagine Australia without these animals? It's what we love about the country, is that what we really want? Perhaps this will help us to wake up and care for what we have" External link

dailyadvertiser Saturday, January 18, 2020 5:06:00 AM CET

Ross Thompson says: “Disturbances are one of the ways we learn about ecology best,” External link

nature Saturday, January 18, 2020 4:15:00 AM CET

Michael Clarke says: “In my case, it changed my research direction in a productive way,” External link

nature Saturday, January 18, 2020 4:15:00 AM CET

Michael Clarke says: “The more I delved into the ecological basis of fire management, the less confident I was that it was based on really good science,” External link

nature Saturday, January 18, 2020 4:15:00 AM CET

Andrew Steer said: “All are interrelated, and all three together matter a lot,” External link

eco-business Friday, January 17, 2020 3:47:00 AM CET

Andrew Steer said: “The problems we face cannot be solved by any individual actors, or individual countries,” External link

eco-business Friday, January 17, 2020 3:47:00 AM CET

Andrew Steer said: “We’re now seeing people power like we haven’t seen since the 1970s,” External link

eco-business Friday, January 17, 2020 3:47:00 AM CET

Whit Gibbons said: “People can forget, they can lie or they can remember wrong,” “Someone is going to find them, but it might not make a difference [to their survival] without changes in cultural attitudes and habitat degradation” External link

uga Thursday, January 16, 2020 8:31:00 PM CET

Jan Stejskal said: "We don't know how many embryos we will need to achieve a successful birth of a new northern white rhino calf," External link

CBSnews Thursday, January 16, 2020 7:53:00 PM CET

Richard Vigne said: "We have taken yet another small step along the road of saving the northern white rhino from extinction," External link

CBSnews Thursday, January 16, 2020 7:53:00 PM CET

Julie Parrish said: "the common murre die-off was by far the largest any way you measure it," External link

news-yahoo Thursday, January 16, 2020 3:20:00 PM CET

Kenneth Rosenberg said: "absolutely part of the sixth mass extinction trend," External link

news-yahoo Thursday, January 16, 2020 3:20:00 PM CET

James Geddes said: “We are one of the hot spots for the echidna and since the fires, I have not seen an echidna,” External link

nbcnews Wednesday, January 15, 2020 11:11:00 PM CET

Sarah Legge says: “We’re already seeing ecosystem collapse in some areas,” “For example, the alpine ash forests of the high country are being transformed from biodiverse wet eucalyptus to an attenuated, scrubbier and more flammable forest” External link

truthout Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6:21:00 PM CET

Sarah Legge says: “Funding for conservation and conservation actions tends to be short-term and ephemeral, and thus doesn’t support long-lasting change or improvements,” “Responsibility for the environment is shared between states/territories and the commonwealth, which can lead to buck-passing” External link

truthout Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6:21:00 PM CET

Timothy Clark told: “The study specifically shows that high carbon dioxide concentrations do not affect the direction of fish movement, nor does it change the fish’s response to chemical signals from predators,” External link

dailynewsegypt Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6:14:00 PM CET

Timothy Clark added: “We did experimental studies, looking at avoidance of chemical cues from a predator, swimming activity and behavioural lateralisation. We video recorded most of our experiments and used tracking software to analyse the data in a non-biased manner. We also ran data simulations on our own dataset to better understand the statistical probability of previous results published in this field,” External link

dailynewsegypt Wednesday, January 15, 2020 6:14:00 PM CET

José Valdez says: “None of these behaviors were documented before,” External link

scientificamerican Wednesday, January 15, 2020 1:33:00 PM CET

Amy Simon said: "I don't know why people think we can just displace wildlife without consequences. Koala numbers are just shrinking and shrinking. They're doing the best they can to maintain their populations and social structures, but without the habitats to live in they're struggling, and now we've lost so much because of the fires," "There's so much we don't understand about koalas, and these little pockets of space that are left are vitally important," External link

theherald-au Tuesday, January 14, 2020 7:41:00 PM CET

Eric White says: “Traditional ranching struggled to bring in an income,” External link

theatlantic Monday, January 13, 2020 7:27:00 PM CET

Dermot O Gorman said: “This heart-breaking loss includes thousands of precious koalas on the mid-north coast of NSW, along with other iconic species such as kangaroos, wallabies, gliders, potoroos, cockatoos and honeyeaters” External link

thesun Sunday, January 12, 2020 4:31:00 PM CET

Corey Bradshaw said: “They were just hanging in there anyway and this might knock them down into a decline trajectory,” External link

news_com_au Saturday, January 11, 2020 10:19:00 AM CET

George Monbiot writes: “The land efficiency, the company estimates, is roughly 20,000 times greater,” “Everyone on Earth could be handsomely fed, and using a tiny fraction of its surface” External link

newscientist Saturday, January 11, 2020 5:08:00 AM CET

Brett Wright said: “Discovery and Tigers United share the common goal of saving our wild tigers. With this unique opportunity of two tiger-mascot universities, both members of Tigers United, facing off in the national championship game, we are excited to partner with Discovery’s Project C.A.T. to broadly share our conservation message,” External link

agenparl Friday, January 10, 2020 9:53:00 PM CET

Richard Waycott says: “We don’t see a cap on growth at this point, especially with the incredible versatility of almonds in foods,” External link

srilankamirror Friday, January 10, 2020 11:59:00 AM CET

Glenn Anderson says: “We don’t have pests; we have biodiversity,” External link

srilankamirror Friday, January 10, 2020 11:59:00 AM CET

Glenn Anderson says: “We have the opposite of colony collapse at my farm,” “My beekeeper brings weak hives down that he wants to recharge on my property” External link

srilankamirror Friday, January 10, 2020 11:59:00 AM CET

Chris Dickman noted: "Sometimes, it’s said that Australia is the canary in the coal mine with the effects of climate change being seen here most severely and earliest," "We’re probably looking at what climate change may look like for other parts of the world in the first stages in Australia at the moment," External link

farsnews-en Friday, January 10, 2020 5:21:00 AM CET

Stuart Blanch says: “The fires have been devastating for Australia’s wildlife and wild places, as massive areas of native bushland, forests and parks have been scorched,” External link

csmonitor Thursday, January 9, 2020 11:33:00 PM CET

Stuart Blanch adds: “Some species may have tipped over the brink of extinction,” “Until the fires subside, the full extent of damage will remain unknown” External link

csmonitor Thursday, January 9, 2020 11:33:00 PM CET

Sarah Legge says: “Hundreds of species have been affected by these fires,” “That includes many dozens of threatened species; some of these will be brought to the brink of extinction as a result of this event. And if they’re not made extinct by this event, I think this is the beginning of the end for them. Because this event will reoccur. It’s awful. It will be ecosystem collapse in a lot of cases. And we’re not exactly sure what we’ll end up with at the end of it all” External link

newsnow-co-uk Thursday, January 9, 2020 11:02:00 PM CET

Qiwei Wei told: "There have been no successful cases of breeding the Chinese paddlefish in captivity," External link

ecowatch Thursday, January 9, 2020 6:07:00 PM CET

Zeb Hogan said: "This is the first of these very large freshwater fish to go and many are at risk—the concern is that more will go extinct, but the hope is that we can reverse their decline before it's too late," External link

ecowatch Thursday, January 9, 2020 6:07:00 PM CET

Timothy Clark said: “We expected previous results would be easy to repeat because of how clear and strong they appeared in the initial papers. Instead, we found consistently normal behaviors in fish that we acclimated to (predicted) end-of-(21st)-century levels of CO2,” External link

scitechdaily Thursday, January 9, 2020 6:07:00 PM CET

Timothy Clark said: “by using rigorous methods, measuring multiple behaviors in multiple species, and making our data and analysis code openly available, we have comprehensively and transparently shown that ocean acidification has negligible direct impacts on the behavior of fish on coral reefs,” “Specifically, elevated CO2 does not meaningfully alter activity levels or behavioral lateralization (left-right turning preference), nor does it alter the response of fish to the chemical cues released by predators” External link

scitechdaily Thursday, January 9, 2020 6:07:00 PM CET

Dominique Roche added: “We’re not saying that climate change is not a problem far from it,” External link

scitechdaily Thursday, January 9, 2020 6:07:00 PM CET

Dominique Roche added: “With so little time left to combat climate change, it’s vitally important that research dollars are used in the best way possible to better help us understand and target systems and organisms at the greatest risk,” External link

scitechdaily Thursday, January 9, 2020 6:07:00 PM CET

Timothy Clark explique: «Nous nous attendions à ce que les résultats précédents soient aisément reproductibles, puisqu'ils ressortaient de façon claire et convaincante des articles initiaux. Nous avons plutôt constaté des comportements invariablement normaux chez des poissons qui se sont acclimatés au taux de CO 2 [prévu] de la fin du 21 e siècle dans les océans» External link

umontreal-fr Wednesday, January 8, 2020 7:56:00 PM CET

Minna Epps déclaré: "Nous étions au courant de la désoxygénation, mais nous ne connaissions pas les liens avec le changement climatique et c'est vraiment inquiétant" External link

bbc-french-africa Friday, December 20, 2019 1:23:00 PM CET

Minna Epps déclaré: "Si nous manquons d'oxygène, cela signifiera une perte d'habitat et de biodiversité et une pente glissante vers la bave et plus de méduses" "Cela changera aussi l'énergie et le cycle biochimique dans les océans et nous ne savons pas ce que ces changements biologiques et chimiques dans les océans peuvent réellement faire" External link

bbc-french-africa Friday, December 20, 2019 1:23:00 PM CET

Dan Laffoley déclaré: "L'appauvrissement en oxygène des océans menace les écosystèmes marins déjà menacés par le réchauffement et l'acidification des océans " External link

bbc-french-africa Friday, December 20, 2019 1:23:00 PM CET

Margaret Kinnaird dice: “Speravamo davvero che Tam riuscisse a riprodursi in cattività, ma le nostre speranze si sono infrante quando le due femmine superstiti di Tabin non sono riuscite a portare a termine la gravidanza” External link

msn-it Thursday, November 28, 2019 12:11:00 PM CET

Susie Ellis dice: “Il lavoro fatto da Borneo Rhino Alliance con le tecniche di riproduzione avanzate, soprattutto la raccolta degli ovuli per tentare di arrivare agli embrioni, ci hanno portati un passo più avanti nel capire la biologia di questa specie” External link

msn-it Thursday, November 28, 2019 12:11:00 PM CET

Margaret Kinnaird spiega: “I nostri ultimi censimenti mostrano che ci sono altri rinoceronti nelle foreste di Kalimantan” External link

msn-it Thursday, November 28, 2019 12:11:00 PM CET

Susie Ellis conclude: “Dobbiamo rimanere fortemente concentrati sul salvare gli ultimi 80 rinoceronti di Sumatra, combinando gli sforzi di protezione con la riproduzione in cattività e lavorando con le persone del luogo per far sì che siano orgogliose della presenza di questi animali sul territorio, come eredità biologica” “È una battaglia che non possiamo permetterci di perdere” External link

msn-it Thursday, November 28, 2019 12:11:00 PM CET

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