The International Bio-Logging Society, together with several partner organisations, has recently launched the COVID Bio-Logging Initiative, to investigate global wildlife responses to altered levels of human activity during the pandemic. The ultimate goal of the Initiative is to use bio-logging data collected before, during and after COVID lockdown to advance our understanding of human—wildlife interactions, and to inform global efforts to foster sustainable human—wildlife coexistence. Following an open call for collaboration, replies from colleagues indicate availability of potentially suitable bio-logging datasets for species across study populations. We have just contacted data owners, providing information on how best to contribute data via shared bio-logging databases, such as Movebank. Given the time-sensitive nature of the work, we hope to receive currently available datasets as soon as possible, and before 28 August
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For native English speakers, one of the most challenging aspects of learning German , at least initially, can be the fact that each noun, pronoun, and article has four cases. Not only does every noun have a gender, but that gender also has four different variations, depending on where it lands in a sentence. Depending on how a given word is used—whether it's the subject, a possessive, or an indirect or a direct object—the spelling and the pronunciation of that noun or pronoun changes, as does the preceding article. The four German cases are the nominative , genitive, dative, and accusative. You can think of these as the equivalent of the subject, possessive, indirect object, and direct object in English.
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Transition metals in inorganic systems and metalloproteins can occur in different oxidation states, which makes them ideal redox-active catalysts. To gain a mechanistic understanding of the catalytic reactions, knowledge of the oxidation state of the active metals, ideally in operando , is therefore critical. L-edge X-ray absorption spectroscopy XAS is a powerful technique that is frequently used to infer the oxidation state via a distinct blue shift of L-edge absorption energies with increasing oxidation state. A unified description accounting for quantum-chemical notions whereupon oxidation does not occur locally on the metal but on the whole molecule and the basic understanding that L-edge XAS probes the electronic structure locally at the metal has been missing to date.
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