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The expression of leptin, estrogen receptors, and vitellogenin mRNAs in migrating female chum salmon, Oncorhynchus keta: the effects of hypo-osmotic environmental changes. Choi, Young Jae; Kim, Na Na; Shin, Hyun Suk; Choi, Cheol Young Report Apr 1, 2014 5091
Flight to plight: witnessing the imperiled migration of the monarchs. Jill; Draper, Hapold Mar 22, 2014 2100
Penguin dispersal timed. Mole, Beth Dec 14, 2013 135
Monarchs in Mexico. Brief article Sep 19, 2013 309
Liver fuels white shark migration: stored energy enables swim from California to Hawaii. Milius, Susan Aug 10, 2013 391
Dear EarthTalk: How are monarch butterflies doing today? They used to pass through my area in big numbers but in the last few years there seem to be many fewer. Jun 9, 2013 552
"Magnetism" helps salmon spawn. Jun 1, 2013 407
Chilly temps turn monarchs north: butterflies' migratory path flipped by exposure to cold. Rosen, Meghan Mar 23, 2013 415
Animals on the move: a warming climate means shifting ranges and mixed-up relationships for a lot of species. Ross-Flanigan, Nancy Jun 30, 2012 3574
Giant dinos may have migrated: seasonal roaming perhaps helped sauropods get big. Bascom, Nick Dec 17, 2011 446
Living near pronghorn: Zoe loves to see them migrate past her house. Urbigkit, Car Nov 26, 2011 659
National Geographic kids--great migrations. Cowles, Elizabeth Brief article Nov 1, 2011 222
Long-term shifts in autumn migration by songbirds at a coastal eastern north American stopover site. Smith, Susan B.; Paton, Peter W.C. Report Sep 1, 2011 5843
Across the Indian Ocean: the prehistoric movement of plants and animals. Fuller, Dorian Q.; Boivin, Nicole; Hoogervorst, Tom; Allaby, Robin Report Jun 1, 2011 6554
Data may point to monarch decline: butterflies overwintering in Mexico appear to be on the wane. Milius, Susan Apr 23, 2011 370
Migratory connectivity and the conservation of migratory animals. Marra, Peter P.; Hunter, David; Perrault, Anne M. Mar 22, 2011 17438
Wind turbines as landscape impediments to the migratory connectivity of bats. Cryan, Paul M. Mar 22, 2011 7846
Migratory species and ecological processes. Reynolds, Heather L.; Clay, Keith Mar 22, 2011 10047
Climate change and animal migration. Moore, Thomas T. Mar 22, 2011 6254
Statutory reform to protect migrations as phenomena of abundance. Hyman, Jeffrey B.; Need, Andrea; Weeks, W. William Mar 22, 2011 19377
Twenty-five years under the Convention on Migratory Species: migration conservation lessons from Europe. Baldwin, Elizabeth A. Mar 22, 2011 18159
Conservation of migratory species in a changing climate: strategic behavior and policy design. Miller, Kathleen A. Mar 22, 2011 11408
Securing the free movement of wildlife: lessons from the American West's longest land mammal migration. Cherney, David N. Mar 22, 2011 8831
Collaborative strategies for managing animal migrations: insights from the history of ecosystem-based management. Yaffee, Steven L. Mar 22, 2011 10530
Unlocking the mysteries of migration: millions of creatures make yearly, record-breaking treks across the globe. Why--and how--do they do it? Hamalainen, Karina Cover story Mar 21, 2011 1289
Homeward bound. O'Connor, Mary Catherine Jan 1, 2011 365
White-tailed deer selection of a travel route when dispersing in an agricultural environment. Nixon, Charles M.; Mankin, Philip C. Jan 1, 2011 3859
Don't know, don't care. Fehr, Andrew Sep 1, 2010 869
Guatemalan beaded lizard (Heloderma horridum charlesbogerti) on the Pacific versant of Guatemala. Anzueto, Roderico V.; Campbell, Jonathan A. Report Sep 1, 2010 870
Warming favors homebody herd: heading for the hills in spring now strains Yellowstone elk. Milius, Susan Jul 17, 2010 365
Use of space by western cottonmouths (Agkistrodon piscivorus) inhabiting a variable-flow stream. Rose, Francis L.; Simpson, Thomas R.; Ott, James R.; Manning, Richard W. Report Jun 1, 2010 3764
An uphill climb: scientists discover that animals are moving up a mountain in Madagascar. Norlander, Britt Mar 15, 2010 966
Migration. Mar 2, 2010 2948
Saving the green giants: California's supersized turtles raise questions about altered habitats. Bahnsen, C.J. Sep 1, 2009 1011
Survival and movements of fledgling western bluebirds. Wightman, Catherine S. Report Sep 1, 2009 2835
Masters of migration: thanks to the efforts of scientists and nature enthusiasts world-wide, the majestic monarch butterfly sanctuaries in Mexico are being protected for future generations. Herrera, Adriana Jul 1, 2009 3085
Basking sharks go south. Barazesh, Solmaz Brief article Jun 6, 2009 132
Food habits of the hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus) during spring migration through New Mexico. Valdez, Ernest W.; Cryan, Paul M. Report Jun 1, 2009 3615
Flight phenology of male Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) at different latitudes in the southeastern United States. Hight, Stephen D.; Carpenter, James E. Report Jun 1, 2009 5328
Feeling the heat: global warming affects migration, nesting. Madson, Chris Jun 1, 2009 1684
40 genes aid in monarch migration: activity differs between southbound, homebody butterflies. Saey, Tina Hesman Apr 25, 2009 470
Ear to the tracks: the spring migration of dolphin is on the way. When will it reach your waters? Herum, Al Cover story Mar 1, 2009 1911
Review of fall armyworm (lepidoptera: noctuidae) Genetic complexity and migration. Nagoshi, Rodney N.; Meagher, Robert L. Report Dec 1, 2008 6013
A two-way strait? Brief article Oct 20, 2008 180
Mexico's Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve. Aridjis, Homero Jul 1, 2008 535
Protecting migration routes. Jun 22, 2008 1445
Animal migration: an endangered phenomenon? Timely international action can sustain this inspiring natural process before it becomes a crisis. Wilcove, David S. Mar 22, 2008 3150
Safe haven: schoolkids, scientists, and a President join in the fight to protect monarch butterflies. Costello, Emily Cover story Mar 10, 2008 1978
Solenopsis invicta: evidence for recent internal immigration across provinces in Argentina. Folgarait, Patricia J.; Patrock, Richard J.W.; Albioni-Montenegro, Gloria; Saldua, Luciana; Gilbert, Report Mar 1, 2008 973
Going nowhere fast: a migration route north of Yellowstone is being pinched by human development, and the park's pronghorn antelope are feeling the squeeze. Arrandale, Tom Jan 1, 2008 1816
The swirl of species: sometimes the best way to witness the marvel of migration is to find a national park and just stay put. Rennicke, Jeff Cover story Jan 1, 2008 1880
The long migration. Hardman, Chris Nov 1, 2007 605
Migration becomes treacherous business. Nov 1, 2007 327
Numbers in the news. Brief article Sep 3, 2007 169
Flight calls of wood-warblers are not exclusively associated with migratory behaviors. Farnsworth, Andrew Sep 1, 2007 3497
Cane toads may spread beyond their 'natural' limits. Brief article Apr 1, 2007 269
Distribution of the sea urchin Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus along a shallow bathymetric gradient in Onagawa Bay in Northern Honshu, Japan. Taniguchi, Kazuya Dec 1, 2006 6127
Geomagnetic navigation in monarchs and black swallowtails (1). Larue, Alyssa; Naber, Steven; Talnagi, Joseph Jun 1, 2006 3240
Blazing a path: as human development crowds out wildlife migration routes, one man treks thousands of miles to learn if wildlife corridors can really make a difference. Heuer, Karsten Cover story Mar 22, 2006 1972
Red-crab invasion! Once a year, they crawl all over the place. Walsh, Barbara E. Dec 1, 2005 809
The great migration: birds do it, bees do it, dragonflies and manatees do it. But why? Marquis, Amy Leinbach Sep 22, 2005 815
Tracking Pacific bluefin tuna (Thunnus thynnus orientalis) in the northeastern Pacific with an automated algorithm that estimates latitude by matching sea-surface-temperature data from satellites with temperature data from tags on fish. Domeier, Michael L.; Kiefer, Dale; Nasby-Lucas, Nicole; Wagschal, Adam; O'Brien, Frank Apr 1, 2005 8605
Seasonal shell growth and longevity in Donax variabilis from Northeastern Florida: evidence from oxygen isotopes. Andrus, C. Fred T. Dec 1, 2004 6179
Thoroughly modern migrants: moths and butterflies--round-trip tickets not necessary. Milius, Susan Jun 26, 2004 2374
Corridors for migration. Donaldson, Mac Jul 1, 2003 510
Corridors for migration. Donaldson, Mac May 1, 2003 510
Migration patterns of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) in the North Pacific Ocean. McFarlane, Gordon A.; King, Jacquelynne R. Apr 1, 2003 5256
Theropod dinosaur trackways in the lower Cretaceous (Albian) Glen Rose Formation, Kinney County, Texas. Rogers, Jack V., II Statistical Data Included May 1, 2002 2684
Monarch massacre: freak winter storms, illegal logging, suburban sprawl, widespread pesticide use--can the monarch butterfly survive? (Biology/Migration). Dyer, Nicole Apr 8, 2002 1401
Last chance to see it? Visiting the pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. (Going Green). Scheer, Roddy Brief Article Mar 1, 2002 705
Migration minded: The yearly sojourn of heat-seeking Monarchs floods Michoacan with colorful flight. (Living in Mexico). Alisau, Patricia Feb 1, 2002 1596
Monarch Watch. (Studying, Breeding, Watching and Eating Bugs on the Net). Mader, Ron Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 157
Whale watching while you surf [the web]. Mader, Ron Brief Article May 1, 2001 202
A struggle on the way to wonder. MOAT, JERI Brief Article Apr 6, 2001 920
Dispersal and migration in northern forest deer--are there unifying concepts? Hjeljord, Olav Mar 22, 2001 8739
Regional variation in mineral contents of plants and its significance for migration by arctic reindeer and caribou. Staaland, Hans; White, Robert G. Statistical Data Included Mar 22, 2001 7873
The first distributional record of the least weasel, Mustela nivalis, in Northeastern Missouri. Easterla, David A. Jan 1, 2001 2551
Homeless Butterflies. Guynup, Sharon Nov 27, 2000 332
Butterfly coast. Brief Article Nov 1, 2000 319
Largest Dinosaur Roamed Oklahoma. Brief Article Jun 1, 2000 363
Monarch butterflies use magnetic compasses. Milius, S. Brief Article Nov 27, 1999 526
History of Whaling and Estimated Kill of Right Whales, Balaena glacialis, in the Northeastern United States, 1620-1924. REEVES, RANDALL R.; BREIWICK, JEFFREY M.; MITCHELL, EDWARD D. Statistical Data Included Jun 22, 1999 31454
Good and bad news for migrating monarchs. Simpson, S. Brief Article Jan 2, 1999 512
Good and bad news for migrating monarchs. Simpson, S. Brief Article Jan 2, 1999 512
Super Science. Brief Article Jan 1, 1999 157
Magnetic Migration. Hardman, Chris Mackey Brief Article Dec 1, 1998 592
Resolving the magnetoreception puzzle. Travis, John Brief Article Dec 6, 1997 195
Tracing moth migrations: knowing the travel patterns of these mobile pests can help growers plot effective controls. Becker, Hank Feb 1, 1997 1232
Do sea turtles stop and ask for directions? Monastersky, Richard Brief Article Nov 30, 1996 513
Butterfly displaced by climate change? Raloff, Janet Brief Article Aug 31, 1996 312
Bridge over northern waters. Brief Article Jul 20, 1996 232
Diel vertical migration in zooplankton: trade-offs between predators and food. Bollens, Stephen M. Mar 22, 1996 449
Baby turtles journey across the Pacific. Travis, John Brief Article Apr 29, 1995 303
Here come the dreaded "killer" bees. Ocone, Lynn Feb 1, 1994 651
Thar they blow ... again: gray whales make a grand Pacific comeback. Jaffe, Matthew Nov 1, 1993 2923
Here come the monarchs. Finnegan, Lora J. Nov 1, 1993 767
Corn pest logs thousands of frequent flyer miles. Hardin, Ben Jun 1, 1992 1321
Prime time for watching Western wildlife. Jan 1, 1992 2059
Where the monarchs hang out. Nov 1, 1991 317
The African advantage: in which immigrant queen bees are still arguably mean bees. Weiss, Rick May 26, 1990 2053
Birthplace breeders: look homeward, turtle. Cowen, Ron May 12, 1990 605
Dinosaur coastal highway. Monastersky, Richard Nov 19, 1988 183
Butterfly hide-and-seek. Sep 20, 1986 604
Wyoming fossils shake up views of early primate migration. Bower, Bruce Feb 1, 1986 441

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