Clues in sediments show that once humans arrived on Great Abaco Island, they hunted large reptiles to extinction and burned the old hardwoods and palms, leading to new pine- and mangrove-dominated lands. This article has been republished here thanks to generous permission from Eos, the journal of the American Geophysical Union.
"How much technology can we do that replaces people?" said Tom Montag, COO of Bank of America, at a conference this week.
Bank of American was honored by Treasury Management International for its "commitment to innovations that are driving a change in client behavior and opportunity."