This week in science blogging

Photo by MonsieurJC.

Science blog reading from the interstices of Dead Week:

  • The EEB & flow: “Green” product labels break out into categories that parallel competing schools of thought among conservationists.
  • Conservation Maven: Birds provide approximately $310/hectare in pest-removal services on coffee plantations.
  • Conservation Magazine: A hunting ban in Ontario’s Algonquin Provincial Park has allowed the local wolf population to re-establish its former pack structure.
  • Neuroskeptic: Women dosed with testosterone are more likely to treat others fairly than those given a placebo, but less likely to play fair if they think they’ve received testosterone.
  • Cognitive Daily: University students’ “gaydar” is as much as 70% accurate.