Geologist Rebecca Flowers has recently published a paper that suggests cataclysimic events that separated eras in natural history may have taken place at different times globally.
SOURCE: The Conversation
Animals large and small once covered North America’s prairies – and in some places, they could again
by Joel Berger and Jon Beckmann
Today most of our nation’s prairies are covered with the amber waves of grain that Katharine Lee Bates lauded in “America the Beautiful,” written in 1895. But scientists know surprisingly little about today’s remnant biodiversity in the grasslands.
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