Monday, February 10, 2014

New species and a warming world

Good Monday! It's time for this week's list of last week's article links. I'm a little surprised that this list is so short this week, given the massive number of articles that I actually worked on. Of course, several things that that I have on my desk right now won't seen print for months, so you have a lot to look forward to.

Anyway, this week only saw five new articles see print, including these two about endangered species for Scientific American:

New Crocodile Species Discovered in West Africa

Sunday Species Snapshot: Coquerel’s Sifaka

The other three for this week were for Mother Nature Network, which all covered climate change to one degree or another (no pun intended):

President Obama unveils 'climate hubs' to help farmers and rural communities

Google Earth adds 160 years of global temperature data

Snowmaking at 70 degrees? It's possible (with a $2 million device)

There's lots more coming this week, so come on back next Monday for another big batch of links. And as always, thanks for reading!

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