Summary #284

Canadian researchers warn of 'cascading impacts' as bumblebee species decline

cbc.ca
  • According to vast amounts of data, several species of bee populations in Canada are at imminent risk of extinction.
  • For example, the American bumblebee’s area of occurrence is 70% smaller than 100 years ago.
  • Scientists warn that this will have cascading impacts throughout the ecosystem. Bees are important pollinators needed to grow crops.

Categories

  • Science Science (23) Dark-matter detector observes exotic nuclear decay
  • Psychology Psychology (23) The surprising truth about perfectionism in millennials
  • Cosmos Cosmos (13) From the Lunar far side, China’s rover reveals moon’s hidden depths
  • History History (9) Ancient rock art in the plains of India
  • Society Society (29) Psychedelics' role in beating alcoholism illustrated in LSD, psilocybin study
  • Medicine Medicine (13) End to Aids in sight as huge study finds drugs stop HIV transmission
  • Technology Technology (20) UVM study: AI can detect depression in a child’s speech
  • Nature Nature (13) Wood wide web: Trees' social networks are mapped

Newsletter

Newsletter

Fame 🙌

Bullets.tech - Articles for science lovers shortened to five bullet points. | Product Hunt Embed

We were featured on Hacker News, O'REILLY® Ideas, and Boing Boing.