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Local involvement in national lands management: Can it work nationwide?
...oth local residents and federal officials. But the devil
is in the details of how this local input is gathered. Known as adaptive environmental management, the concept is popular in Europe, but has only been officially attempted in one location in the United States. "Adaptive environmental management means...
Developing nations may save the tropical forest
...ruggling to overcome poverty win." "Of course, the devil
is in the details," Laurance admits. Earlier efforts to establish rainforest-carbon trading under Kyoto were defeated, in part because countries couldn't agree about whether and how to credit countries that slowed forest destruction. Some developing...
Researchers devise new tools to help pinpoint treatments for heart failure
...tes regulation, there were surprises as well. "The devil
is in the details of a biochemical system so complex, but by pursuing those details we may be able to help develop therapies designed to treat patients with inherited or acquired defects in this important system," said McCulloch. "The improvement of ...
Contagious cancer in dogs confirmed; origins traced to wolves centuries ago
...ion sizes of endangered species like the Tasmanian devil
might leave them generally more prone to developin...not yet been checked thoroughly, but the Tasmanian devil
tumor looks as if it might be the same phenomenon," Weiss said. "The low numbers of these animals ...
BioMed Central launches BMC Systems Biology, a new open access journal
...ch of BMC Systems Biology, "In systems biology the devil
is in the detail and the details are, to say the least, numerous. An open access outlet both with unlimited space, be it in the paper or in the vital supplementary information, and a requirement to provide the necessary detail, is greatly to be welc...
CSIRO scientists join fight to save 'Tassie devil'
...evils from the deadly cancer currently devastating devil
populations. Researchers from CSIROs Livestock I...er, integrated historical wildlife spotlight data, devil
monitoring data and geo-referenced reports of diseased devils into a geographical information system...
Synchrotron could help save the Tassie devil
...ould contribute to the fight to save the Tasmanian devil
from the outbreak of facial tumour disease currently decimating devil
populations, according to Dr Jeff Church from CSIRO Textile and Fibre Technology in Geelong. Dr Ch...