The key to solving a mystery is finding the right clues.
Improving the health of our ocean requires investment. But that investment doesn’t have to be a choice between our planet and our pocketbooks.
In 2005 Dr. Annie Mercier was sent a strange video: sea cucumbers rolling around at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean.
Dr. Penny Morrill’s latest research project may help detect life on other planets.
The University of Prince Edward Island and the Souris and Area Branch of the PEI Wildlife Federation have received $48,000 from the Atlantic Salmon Conservation Foundation (ASCF) and $7,000 from the PEI Wildlife Conservation Fund for Atlantic salmon research, monitoring, and conservation in three rivers in Eastern PEI.
Discovering the little-known effects chemicals released in our lakes and rivers might have on the surrounding wildlife and ecosystems can give scientists and conservationists powerful insight into the development of better, more efficient environmental guidelines.
Natural history museum paleontologists in Copenhagen and Helsinki have succeeded in mapping historical biodiversity in unprecedented detail.
New research on how glaciers in the European Alps will fare under a warming climate has come up with concerning results.
Plastic pollution in the world’s oceans is now widely recognised as a major global challenge – but we still know very little about how these plastics are actually reaching the sea.
A new statistical heat wave forecasting model can help Pakistan predict the triggering and progress of the deadly weather events that plague the country every year, say researchers from Malaysia and Pakistan.
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