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River erosion and high groundwater pressure considered triggers of 275 m wide landslide in sensitive clay

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More accessible collections important for preserving northern culture, advancing Arctic science

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Computer model inspired by human brain could help fire management agencies be better prepared for extreme conditions

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Acquisition offers world-class publishing and distribution support to leading journal with a 45 year history

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New study, led by ROM scientists, identifies dinosaur species from Alberta

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Researchers track 35-year trends for more than 40 steelhead populations, find significant declines in juvenile survival

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Appointment highlights new innovative partnership between Canada’s National Academy and Canada’s foremost science publisher

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Study calls for research and development of tools for diagnosing and treating two related health conditions in older populations

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Executive Order Statement

February 9, 2017

Ottawa

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A new study published today in Botany demonstrates how herbaria can be valuable resources for studying the impact over time of large herbivores on perennial plant populations.

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New research explores the benefits of including mandated physical activity as part of commercial diet programs

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Today, Canadian Science Publishing (CSP) signed an agreement with East China Normal University (ECNU) as the first official step in launching both a new international partnership and a new open access international journal, Anthropocene Coasts. This peer-reviewed international journal will explore multidisciplinary studies on the regime shift in response to concentrated human activities in the world estuarine and coastal regions.

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Models provide researchers with a view to the future, allowing stakeholders the opportunity to adapt to the effects of climate change

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