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We generally ignore the big issues

I’ve had a good week at Stanford University with Paul Ehrlich where we’ve been putting the final touches1 on our book. It’s been taking a while to put together, but we’re both pretty happy with the result, which should be publ...
by Conservation Bytes on Aug 11, 2014

Biodiversity Hotspots have nearly burnt out

I recently came across a really important paper that might have flown under the radar for many people. For this reason, I’m highlighting it here and will soon write up a F1000 Recommendation. This is news that needs to be heard, understood and...
by Conservation Bytes on Jul 10, 2014

How to open password protected RAR/ZIP File

Its very annoying when someone uploaded a password protected ZIP/RAR file on the the file. So here is a method that will help to unlcok a protected ZIP/RAR file.Steps : 1) Download the "Rar & Zip recovery tools"2) Extract it3) Open the requi...
by Think Different Zone on Jun 21, 2014

BBM Protected y eBBM Suite se filtran en video

En febrero de este año BlackBerry dio a conocer una mejorada familia de productos y […]...
by PoderPDA on May 23, 2014

Soooo The Amazon will be protected for Life?

Your astonishment is as good as mine. Here’s the story:   Protecting the Amazon for Life The largest tropical forest conservation project in history is good news for the Amazon and the planet © Rubens Matsushita/ICMBio A squirrel monkey i...
by Bonjukianpatten.com on May 21, 2014

The Next Protected Class – Fat People

Get ready for the next protected class of citizens in the United States – fat people. I wonder what one’s BMI has to be to get into the club. Can someone on the high side of “normal weight” get in,…Read more →...
by The Lonely Conservative on May 11, 2014

South Australia’s tattered environmental remains

Yesterday I gave the second keynote address at the South Australia Natural Resource Management (NRM) Science Conference at the University of Adelaide (see also a brief synopsis of Day 1 here). Unfortunately, I’m missing today’s talks beca...
by Conservation Bytes on Apr 15, 2014

Some interview question and answer for classes in axapta

1) ACCESS Modifiers [Public, private, protected, static, display]2) Is multiple inheritance possible in AX?? No It can be achived through interfaces.Interfaces : It does not have method definition]void calculate(){}class classz implements inter...
by Axapta coverage and tutorials on Apr 11, 2014

Password to open e Aadhaar downloaded pdf file - UIDAI

Password to open e Aadhaar downloaded pdf file - UIDAI In this section, I will show how to download and open e Aadhaar downloaded password protected pdf file. Unique Identification Authority of India(UIDAI) https://eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in/ How...
by Government Jobs on Mar 29, 2014

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by Princessa's Royal Diary on Mar 22, 2014

Alliance of Leading Environmental Researchers and Thinkers

If you’ve been following this blog or my Twitter feed over the last few weeks, you’ve surely noticed a few references to A.L.E.R.T. – the Alliance of Leading Environmental Researchers and Thinkers. You might also have asked yourself...
by Conservation Bytes on Mar 10, 2014

Abbott’s ‘No more parks’ vow a bad move

Published simultaneously on ALERT: – An international scientific group has decried Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s recent ‘no more parks’ pledge, saying it is badly out of step with environmental reality. “Tony Abbott has blown...
by Conservation Bytes on Mar 5, 2014

Lewis Cullen

Lewis is your reading this, your registration has been manually removed by admin, as your email domain looks slightly suspicious i.e. something spam might come from, please feel free to respond via the comments section if you think otherwise. Also yo...
by Its a Blog ! Not a Log ! on Mar 3, 2014

Australia’s (latest) war on the environment

Yes, the signs were there, but they weren’t clandestine messages writ in the stars or in the chaos of tea-leaf dregs. We saw this one coming, but Australians chose to ignore the warning signs and opt for the American political model of extremis...
by Conservation Bytes on Mar 3, 2014

Biodiversity needs more than just unwanted leftovers

The real measure of conservation progress, on land or in the sea, is how much biodiversity we save from threatening processes. – A new paper co-authored by Memorial University’s Dr Rodolphe Devillers and an international group of researchers...
by Conservation Bytes on Feb 27, 2014

Terrestrial biodiversity’s only chance is avoided deforestation

Today I was shocked, stunned and pleasantly (for a change) surprised. Australia has its first ‘avoided deforestation’ carbon farming project. It is understandable that this sort of news doesn’t make the Jane & Joe Bloggs of the...
by Conservation Bytes on Jan 23, 2014

More species = more resilience

While still ostensibly ‘on leave’ (side note: Does any scientist really ever take a proper holiday? Perhaps a subject for a future blog post), I cannot resist the temptation to blog about our lab’s latest paper that just came online...
by Conservation Bytes on Jan 8, 2014

Password Protect a Folder Using Sneaksy Software

Sneaksy is a simple application wiht the ability to password-protect folders and hide them from prying eyes. it is compatible with Windows XP, Viste, 7 and 8. Follow this simple steps given below,1.  Download Sneaksy (tinyurl.com/sneaksy00)2. Pl...

Biowealth: all creatures great and small

“So consider the crocodiles, sharks and snakes, the small and the squirmy, the smelly, slimy and scaly. Consider the fanged and the hairy, the ugly and the cute alike. The more we degrade this astonishing diversity of evolved life and all its...
by Conservation Bytes on Dec 3, 2013

King for a day – what conservation policies would you make?

I have been thinking a lot lately about poor governance and bad choices when it comes to biodiversity conservation policy. Perhaps its all that latent anger arising from blinkered, backward policies recently implemented by conservative state and nati...
by Conservation Bytes on Nov 28, 2013


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