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2018 Top News Stories Round-up

Monday, December 31, 2018  
Posted by: Rebecca Shoer
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As 2018 comes to a close, we're rounding up the top 15 articles we shared on our Facebook and Twitter feeds! From drones to wildlife corridors, wetlands to fungi, here are the stories our followers liked and shared the most this year:

Native Knowledge: What Ecologists Are Learning from Indigenous People (via Yale Environment 360)

NGOs acquire land in Brazil to create wildlife corridor (via Mongabay)

What the world needs now to fight climate change: More swamps (via The Conversation)

'Magic' mushrooms to boost Caledonian Forest restoration (via The Scotsman)

Global mangrove soil carbon map aids conservation (via Physics World)

After a 400-Year Absence, A Rare Ibis Returns to European Skies (via Yale Environment 36)

Land degradation threatens human wellbeing, major report warns (via the Guardian)

Forests are growing again where human well-being is increasing, finds new study (via The Conversation)

30lb 'Robin' Drones Are Able to Plant 120 Trees per Minute in Fight Against Deforestation (Second Nexus)

 Britain plans to plant a coast-to-coast forest comprising 50 million trees (via ZME Science)

Lessons Learned from Centuries of Indigenous Forest Management (Yale Environment 360)

Fungi Transplants Could Help Restore Native Plants on Shrinking Prairie Land (via R&D)

It's Complicated: Trees and Ecological Restoration (via Missouri Botanical Garden)

Streamside forests store tons of carbon (via ScienceDaily)

Can we restore our ecosystems to their earlier versions? (via The Irish Times)


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