• [오지 연구원이 된 동물들] AI 전파경로를 확인하기 위한 방법

    Read in English 최영준 기자, 과학동아 수천 년 전부터 인간과 동물들은 서로 쫓고 쫓기는 관계였다. 이유는 단순했다. 잡아먹거나 혹은 잡혀먹지 않기 위해서다. 그런데 20세기 들어 이전과 전혀 다른 목적으로 동물들을 쫓아다니는 사람들이 생겼다. 바로 ‘동물추적(Animal Tracking)’ 연구를 하는 과학자들이다. 위치만 조사하는 게 아니다. 동물을 통해 오지 환경까지 연구하고 있다. ‘안성천 다리 밑이라….’ 다리 밑에서 만나자니. […]

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  • [Researchers in the remote area; animals] A way to figure out the spreading of Avian Influenza (AI)

    Read in Korean By Young-joon Choi of Dongascience Translated by EAAFP Secretariat For centuries, humans and animals have been chasing each other. It was a matter of ‘to eat or to be eaten’. However things have changed and from the 20th century, a group of people started chasing after animals for a different reason. These […]

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  • EAAFP, 한국환경공단과 글로벌 보전 리더 양성을 위한 양해각서 체결

    Read in English 김민선 EAAFP 프로그램 책임관 2016년 2월 26일 EAAFP와 한국환경공단이 환경분야 전공 학생들 대상으로 인턴십 기회와 보전교육 등을 제공하고자 양해각서를 체결하였다. 인천 송도 G타워 EAAFP사무실에서 열린 MOU 체결식은 스파이크 밀링턴 EAAFP 사무국장과 한국환경공단 이사장을 대신하여 유재천 해외사업처 처장이 참석, 서명하였다. EAAFP 인턴십 프로그램의 기본 취지는 대학생 및 졸업자들에게 국제기구에서의 실용적인 업무 경험과 범지구적 […]

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  • MOU for Fostering Global Conservation Leaders in the Republic of Korea

    Read in Korean Minseon Kim, EAAFP Program Officer EAAFP and the Korea Environment Corporation (KECO) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on providing internship opportunities and conservation education for Korean students in the field of Environmental Science. The MOU was signed by Mr. Spike Millington, EAAFP’s Chief Executive and Mr. Jae-Cheon Yu, KECO’s Director on […]

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  • Looking for wader watchers – Western coast of Kamchatka, Russia

    Yvonne Verkuil The large wader stopover in Khairusova?Belogolovaya estuary on the Western coast of Kamchatka peninsula is not very famous and scientists have started investigate this area only several years ago. The last expedition in 2015, the estuary was found to host 31 wader species. During the peak of migration, in the end of July, we counted […]

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  • Relevant Scientific Articles updated in February 2016

    If you need full scientific articles, please contact Dr Judit Szabo, the science officer. Anatidae Chen W, Doko T, Fujita G, Hijikata N, Tokita K-i, Uchida K, Konishi K, Hiraoka E, Higuchi H (2016) Migration of Tundra Swans (Cygnus columbianus) Wintering in Japan Using Satellite Tracking: Identification of the Eastern Palearctic Flyway. Zoological Science 33:63–72. […]

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  • Birds connect: countries, sites and people!

    A personal note by Andreas Kim For our winter vacation trip (Jan-Feb) we visited the far southern end of our East Asian-Australasian Flyway: New Zealand. Because of the personal connection from my research work on leg-flagged shorebirds we stayed quite a long time at the Pukorokoro Miranda Shorebird Centre at the Firth of Thames [EAAF019]. […]

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  • Recognition of important site for Gulf to Arctic bird migration

    by Carpentaria Land Council Aboriginal Corporation (CLCAC) A recent initiative by Morr Morr Pastoral Company (Delta Downs) and the Kurtijar people has brought international recognition to the South-East Gulf coast. This has highlighted connections migratory birds make between the Arctic, where they nest, and northern Australia, where they travel after breeding. Every year, about 30 […]

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  • The ICF Bugle February 2016

    Greetings from The International Crane Foundation (ICF) headquarters in Baraboo, Wisconsin! Click here to see a pdf file of the new issue of The ICF Bugle, quarterly newsletter of the International Crane Foundation. Past issues of The ICF Bugle are available here. Click on the image above to read the February 2016 issue of The ICF Bugle

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  • Wader Quest The newletter February 2016

    Wader Quest The newletter is the main publication of Wader Quest, which is a charity that aims to involve local groups and communities in Wader conservation. The latest fourth issue in January 2016 has recently been published. Some articles from the issue are shared on our website: Introducing the Bangladesh Spoon-billed Sandpiper Conservation Project (BSCP) The future […]

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