Monday, July 2, 2012

A species dies, ivory burns and a technology emerges

Last week brought just three new articles, but hey, it's the start of summer and a lot of folks are already on vacation. Don't worry, there's tons more in the works.

As usual, this week brought two new Extinction Countdown articles for Scientific American:

RIP Lonesome George, the Last-of-His-Kind Galapagos Tortoise

Massive Ivory Burn in Gabon Sends Message to Elephant Poachers

As not usual, this week also brought a long-in-the-works feature for Earthzine, a journal dedicated to satellite technology:

Remote Sensing Emerges as an Important Tool for Habitat and Species Conservation

And that's it! But I already have at least five more articles pending publication and a dozen others in the works, so stay tuned for more updates!

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