Stress caused by climate change leads to albatross divorce; New tick-borne viruses
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Tuesday, 7 December
A new study shows that as the ocean's water surface temperatures rise, albatross mates are more likely to break up. One of the study's authors, Francesco Ventura of the University of Lisbon, joins us. And, with climate change expanding tick ranges and their seasonal activity periods in the U.S., more deadly new tick-borne viruses are expected to emerge in the coming years. Shahla Farzan of St. Louis Public Radio reports.