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  1. 科学美国人60秒:Needed: Info on Biodiversity Change over Time

    2018-02-23 所属栏目:科学美国人 “We find that the composition of ecosystems around the world is changing much more rapidly than we expected. Indeed, much more rapidly than ecological theory predicts.”
  2. 科学美国人60秒:Killer Whale Culture Revealed by Mimicking Us

    2018-02-22 所属栏目:科学美国人 Killer whales, also called orcas, are like dolphins and belugas—they all have a wide vocal repertoire. <<orca sounds>> But orcas also have unique dialects among different pod
  3. 科学美国人60秒:Holiday Cheer Leads to Birth-Rate Spike

    2018-02-22 所属栏目:科学美国人 In the United States, there&rsquo;s a holiday that goes hand in hand with romance. So much so that nine months later, there&rsquo;s a spike in the number of babies born. Valentine&
  4. 科学美国人60秒:Undersea Recordings Reveal a Whale's Tale

    2018-02-21 所属栏目:科学美国人 One of the drawbacks of researching blue whales is that most of the time you can't see what your study subjects are doing, or how many there are—or even, where they are. Sat
  5. 科学美国人60秒:Seabird Feathers Reveal Less-Resilient Ocean

    2018-02-21 所属栏目:科学美国人 Today we have sophisticated buoys packed with instruments, and robotic underwater drones. But a more than a century ago the seas were surveyed by different types of autonomous data
  6. 科学美国人60秒:Beetle Liberation Due to Regurgitation

    2018-02-19 所属栏目:科学美国人 If you&rsquo;re a fan of nature shows, you&rsquo;ve probably heard of the bombardier beetle. When disturbed, this weaponized insect can spray a boiling hot jet of noxious chemicals
  7. 科学美国人60秒:Old Trees Are Ecosystem Gold

    2018-02-19 所属栏目:科学美国人 “Well, lots of people recognize that as humans get older they tend to have less and less children...trees do it the other way around.”

    David Lindenmayer. He studies co
  8. 科学美国人60秒:Boat Noise Means Fish Can't Learn Their Lessons

    2018-02-13 所属栏目:科学美国人 If you've ever gone snorkeling or scuba diving—you know how peaceful it sounds under there&hellip; <<reef sounds>>... aside from the crackling sound of snapping shrimp.Compa
  9. 科学美国人60秒:Woodpeckers Drum to Their Own Tunes

    2018-02-12 所属栏目:科学美国人 Humans can recognize each other by voice alone. I sound different from other 60-Second Science reporters, for example. In fact, lots of nonhuman animals, of all types, use voices t
  10. 科学美国人60秒:Homebodies Economize on Energy Use

    2018-02-08 所属栏目:科学美国人 The rise in technology, particularly for information and communication, is radically transforming lifestyles. For example, many people can now work from home and still be in almost
  11. 科学美国人60秒:Killer Whale Culture Revealed by Mimicking Us

    2018-02-07 所属栏目:科学美国人 Killer whales, also called orcas, are like dolphins and belugas—they all have a wide vocal repertoire. <<orca sounds>> But orcas also have unique dialects among different pod
  12. 科学美国人60秒:Holiday Cheer Leads to Birth-Rate Spike

    2018-02-05 所属栏目:科学美国人 In the United States, there&rsquo;s a holiday that goes hand in hand with romance. So much so that nine months later, there&rsquo;s a spike in the number of babies born. Valentine&
  13. 科学美国人60秒:Ticks on Uptick Where Big Game Declines

    2018-02-02 所属栏目:科学美国人 Ticks. The tiny arachnids feed on the blood of mammals, birds, and sometimes even reptiles and amphibians. And disease-causing parasites travel in that blood, from tick to victim a
  14. 科学美国人60秒:Wildfires Spike Wine with Smoky Notes

    2018-02-01 所属栏目:科学美国人 The fires that ripped across Napa and Sonoma last year damaged some two dozen wineries, and burned others completely to the ground.

    "Yeah and also don't forget Chile burned pret
  15. 科学美国人60秒:Lion Conservation Challenges Giraffe Protection

    2018-01-31 所属栏目:科学美国人 The giraffe is an icon of the African savannah. The lion is the top predator of the ecosystem. Both animals face uncertain futures, and both are subjects of intense, ongoing conser
  16. 科学美国人60秒:Nobelist Crafts Light-Switchable Antibiotics

    2018-01-29 所属栏目:科学美国人 Yesterday, January 24th, 2018, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Scientific American editor-in-chief Mariette DiChristina ran into Ben Feringa. He shared the 2016 Nobel Prize f
  17. 科学美国人60秒:Catching Flu Also Boosts Heart Risk

    2018-01-26 所属栏目:科学美国人 Get a flu shot. It's already standard advice from your doctor. But it may be even more important for senior citizens at risk of heart attack.

    Because a new analysis in The New En
  18. 科学美国人60秒:Worldwide Effort Says Together Science Can

    2018-01-25 所属栏目:科学美国人 “Collaboration in science across the world is the key to a better world in the future. Doesn&rsquo;t matter whether it&rsquo;s drug resistance or climate change or social ine
  19. 科学美国人60秒:Social Media Helps ID Spew Source

    2018-01-25 所属栏目:科学美国人 If you&rsquo;ve ever checked out the restaurant reviews on Yelp, you know that these little missives can tell you whether a bistro is overpriced or understaffed or just nothing to
  20. 科学美国人60秒:Canada Geese Taking a Winter Staycation

    2018-01-24 所属栏目:科学美国人 “Over the last few decades, Canada geese have been wintering further and further north, which was interesting, because the winters have gotten a little more mild over the las
  21. 科学美国人60秒:Moon's Tug Doesn't Cause Big Quakes

    2018-01-23 所属栏目:科学美国人 On March 27th, 1964, a huge earthquake struck the Prince William Sound, off the coast of Alaska. <<CLIP: "Out in the gulf of Alaska, the ocean bottom plunges, then heaves upward a
  22. 科学美国人60秒:Social Media Helps ID Belch Source

    2018-01-22 所属栏目:科学美国人 If you&rsquo;ve ever checked out the restaurant reviews on Yelp, you know that these little missives can tell you whether a bistro is overpriced or understaffed or just nothing to
  23. 科学美国人60秒:Salmonella Could Have Caused 16th-Century Epidemic

    2018-01-19 所属栏目:科学美国人 When Europeans arrived in the New World, they carried with them microscopic, deadly organisms&hellip; like smallpox, measles and flu&hellip; which caused devastating outbreaks amon
  24. 科学美国人60秒:Which Came First, the Proboscis or the Flower?

    2018-01-18 所属栏目:科学美国人 To learn about the plant life of long ago, scientists dig through layers of the Earth, looking for fossil clues. Like bits of fossilized pollen, or spores.

    "And that's where I co
  25. 科学美国人60秒:You Live in a Strange Solar System

    2018-01-16 所属栏目:科学美国人 The more astronomers study the heavens, the more they realize: our solar system is weird.

    "There are a few things that make the solar system kind of strange." Lauren Weiss, an ast
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