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¿Por qué no sorprende?: cambio de #régimen más permanente e intensa #presión de #pesca (monospecific approach: hallelujah !)
#fisheries #colapse #overfishing #management #marinepolicy
The population of Pacific sardines, a crucial forage fish for marine life along the U.S. West Coast, has dwindled to the point that it can no longer sustain a commercial fishery, according to a preliminary assessment by scientists advising West Coast fishery managers.
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No es por el 1 de mayo. Es porque sobreviví (por tercera vez) un día como hoy (hace 22 años) a la Selección Natural

#naturalselection #aniversary #survivor #surfing #Barranca
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Ok acepto , unas helenas morenas o rubias ...luego definimos cuando y donde...
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Hermoso paisaje todo se a confabulalo para ese único instante 
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Nice drawing! I really think this is something that is happening and is a system problem (universities, graduate programs, etc.). Even the fine satire can also help change the world ...
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Quizá el más grande escándalo científico de todos los tiempos. Simplemente increíble.









#ciencia #science #globalwarming #calentamientoglobal #efectoinvernadero #greenhouseeffect #temperature #temperatura #thesea #elmar #mar #sea #artic #ártico
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New data shows that the “vanishing” of polar ice is not the result of runaway global warming
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Mmm ...¡qué buena observación +Ana Lizama​! ...no me di cuenta. Sí...se nota el 'pase' con la mano derecha...pero igual está algo divertido ¿o no?
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I was reading this recent #paper from Ruggiero et al. (2015), which propose a consensus #classification on the tree of #life. Well, even being a non-specialist, I think that this new #classification and cladification proposals point out several problems in the #systems we are using. We already can make a query about registered #species (and its classification system) in CoL website; this site provides less detail but is more pragmatic and informative. 
This #news represent a little “problem” because refresh the critical theme about several Phyla within some #ecological groups (such as #Meiofauna). For instance (according Ruggiero et al.) permanent meiofaunal groups as Gnatostomulida are linked to Micrognathozoa and Rotifera (Phylum Gnathifera), this proposal is because the jaw apparatus and #musculature but do not consider ecological functionality. One other case is the scalidophoran phyla (which include Cephalorhyncha, Loricifera, Priapulida and even Nematomorpha).
Well, it is clear for me that persist an underlying #problem in all this, the classification system employed. #Plant taxonomists follow one criterion different to those of entomologists; #mammals taxonomists follow the idea of common #ancestor, etc. Several approaches (i.e. #morphological, #molecular, #genes, etc.) still coexist in our minds and perhaps they constitute the main theme to be resolved.      

#biology   #molecular   #mammals   #ecology   #marinelife   #wildlife   #science   #scienceeveryday   #sciencenews   
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¿qué pasa si no existías/o eras consciente en estos tiempos?...esperabas hasta un actual viernes para formularte esa pregunta…the intro is pure 80’s…

#depechemode   #80smuscis   #losochents   #Depechezone   #newwave     #lamusica   #the80   #shympop   #depechefans  #synthpop
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genial buen aporte!!!
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This is really an amazing and inspirational day for science! And, by the way, today is : 3.14.15 or : 3.1415... (the first four decimals of Pi )
#PiDay #AlbertEinstein #Pi #science #physics #light #mathematics #matemáticas #historia #history
 
Today in History: Albert Einstein Was Born on “Pi Day” (3.14), 1879
On March 14, 1879 — 136 years ago today — Albert Einstein, one of the most influential theoretical physicists in history, was born. Einstein’s theories of special and general relativity radically transformed humans’ view of the universe; and his work in particle and energy theory contributed to the development of quantum mechanics. In 1905, at the age of 26, Einstein earned a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Zurich while he worked at the Swiss patent office. During the year (1905), Einstein wrote 5 pioneering papers that would have a profound effect on man’s understanding of the universe:

(1) In a ground-breaking paper entitled, “On a Heuristic Viewpoint Concerning the Production and Transformation of Lights,” Einstein proposed that light was composed of individual quanta, “photon” particles, which could collectively behave as a wave. This proposal was instrumental in the formation of quantum theory. In formulating this proposal, Einstein studied the photoelectric effect — some solids emit electrically charged particles when light hits them. His observations about the photoelectric effect eventually won him a Nobel Prize in Physics (1921).

(2) In another paper helping to prove the existence of atoms, Einstein put forth a displacement formula to calculate the size and atoms in a given space.

(3) In yet another 1905 paper, Einstein explained in precise detail, via a mathematical expression, the constant erratic motion of particles suspended in a fluid (a phenomenon named “Brownian motion,” after the initial observer, botanist Robert Brown). Einstein explanations in papers (2) and (3) provided conclusive evidence for the existence of atoms.  

(4) Einstein’s 4th pioneering paper of 1905 was on the subject of “special relativity” theory — time and space are not independent entities, but are dependent on the motion of the observer, and the speed of light is a constant to all observers everywhere.

(5) In a final 1905 paper, Einstein explored the mathematics of his special relativity theory and concluded that mass and energy were equivalent and could be determined by the formula, E=mc2. 

Also, on this day, math lovers celebrate “Pi Day.” Pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, and it is constant for all circles regardless of their size. For any circle, it turns out that the exact ratio can never be determined (even though the ratio is the same for all circles) because no recognizable digital pattern emerges when any circle’s circumference is divided by its diameter. Computer scientists using supercomputers have calculated billions of divisional digits, and it appears there is no repeatable pattern of numbers into infinity. But the number always starts out: 3.1415 (or today’s date — a once in a hundred year occurrence — and Einstein’s birthday, every year, 3.14!).

YouTube videos:
•Albert Einstein—The Quantum Theory (2014) (1:29:52): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0hwuyOmd4k
•The Magic and Mystery of Pi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcIbCZR0HbU
•What is Pi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Mz7xU3zZvk

Web sources:
http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/albert-einstein-born
http://www.biography.com/news/pi-day-albert-einstein-facts
http://www.biography.com/news/albert-einstein-video-biography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brownian_motion
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special_relativity
http://www.nj.com/mercer/index.ssf/2015/03/princeton_more_than_just_a_place_albert_einstein_l.html
http://www.biography.com/people/albert-einstein-9285408#synopsis

http://www.piday.org/
http://www.livescience.com/34132-what-makes-pi-special.html
http://time.com/3743279/pi-day-2015-wackiest-celebrations/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pi

Book sources:
A. Einstein: Autobiographical Notes by Albert Einstein. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0812691792/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0812691792&linkCode=as2&tag=historyknowledge-20&linkId=IKEX3CAIXV255MDW
• –Einstein: His Life and Universe_ by Walter Isaacson. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0743264746/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=0743264746&linkCode=as2&tag=historyknowledge-20&linkId=RZETLWEJJSBC2YCE

Image credits:
•Left Bottom: Pi 3/14/15 will be epic: http://quickbase.intuit.com/blog/2014/03/14/an-ode-to-pi-on-pi-day-best-pi-jokes/
•Right: Albert Einstein at about age 26. By Lucien Chavan [1] (1868 - 1942), a friend of Einstein's when he was living in Berne. [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AEinstein_patentoffice.jpg
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#DataAnalysis #R #statistics #plotting #plot #numericalanalisys #data
R Data Analysis Examples: Interval Regression. Interval regression is used to model outcomes that have interval censoring. In other words, you know the ordered category into which each observation falls, but you do not know the exact value of the observation. Interval regression is a ...
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Lástima. En una época donde los escualos, especialmente los de importancia comercial (no obstante el bycatch de varias especies poco conocidas de este grupo tan diverso), permanecen amenazados y aún poco estudiados. Inspirador ejemplo el de la 'Shark Lady'.



#ciencia #science #sharks #tiburones #diversity #diversidad #fauna #wildlife #scientist #thesea #elmar #mar #biodiversity #biodiversidad #conservation #conservación #investigación #research
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Eugenie Clark, a marine biologist and ichthyologist, who died on Wednesday, helped the public understand and appreciate the much maligned shark.
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