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Contents: Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism, Volume 42, No.3, 2017

Posted on 12. September, 2017.

Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism presents results from the fields of kinetics and mechanisms of chemical processes in the gas phase and solution of both simple and complex systems.


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Call for public debate on wind power

Posted on 18. April, 2011.

The American Bird Conservancy (ABC) has called for a public debate on the impact of the wind industry on birds.


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Trumpeter Swans die from lead poisoning in North America

Posted on 18. April, 2011.

One of North America’s most iconic birds, the Trumpeter Swan, is dying in unusually high numbers from lead poisoning in the Northwest United States and Southwest Canada according to the Northwest Raptor and Wildlife Center (NRWC) and the Canadian Wildlife Service in Delta, Vancouver.


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Choice of litter material can decrease Salmonella in poultry flocks

Posted on 15. April, 2011.

Researchers at the Department of Animal Sciences at Georg-August-University Göttingen in Germany studied the effect of four types of litter material on the frequency of Salmonella in broilers.


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Bird call database nests online

Posted on 15. April, 2011.

Michigan State University’s Avian Vocalizations Center, or AVoCet, offers free downloads of bird sounds from around the world.


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GM chickens that do not transmit bird flu

Posted on 15. April, 2011.

Researchers at the Universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh in the UK have genetically modified chickens to prevent them from spreading the avian influenza virus to others.


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EU to become a net importer of poultry meat

Posted on 14. April, 2011.

The European Union will become a net importer of poultry meat by 2016, with imports surpassing exports by 155,000 metric tonnes in 2020, according to a report by the European Commission on agricultural markets.


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Bird flu case confirmed in Chiba, Japan

Posted on 14. April, 2011.

First came the 9.0 earthquake that was followed by a tsunami, which was followed by damaged nuclear energy plants, now comes news of avian influenza infection among chickens at a poultry farm in Chiba City, Japan.


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1st International Symposium on the Conservation and Propagation of Endangered Species of Birds

Posted on 13. April, 2011.

The First International Symposium on the Conservation and Propagation of Endangered Species of Birds was held at the Emirates Palace Hotel in Abu Dhabi from 3 to 11 February 2011.  This meeting was sponsored by the Department of the President’s Affairs as part of an extensive program to protect biological diversity within the United Arab Emirates.


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