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From the mid-1860s onwards, British settlers introduced brown trout to New Zealand in an attempt to recreate aspects of Britain, to improve upon New Zealand’s existing resources and to realise their own social aspirations. ...
Leptin and insulin signaling on midbrain dopamine neurons do not modulate anxiety and depression behaviours Anxiety is a highly aroused negative emotional state that occurs in response to potential danger, and can be inappropriately intensified due to aberrations in the aversion pathway of mesocorticolimbic dopamine circuitry. ...
The politics of energy scenarios: Are International Energy Agency and other conservative projections hampering the renewable energy transition? Scenario-building assists commissioning organisations to understand the multiple forces that shape their future. Governments and investors use the scenario projections of authoritative organisations to help drive their ...
Water temperature and food availability influence brown trout (Salmo trutta) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) population dynamics in the Cardrona River: implications for flow regime management Reduced surface discharge negatively influences freshwater fish populations. Under the current flow regime management, the lower Cardrona River has experienced annual low flow events over the summer months. This low flow ...