For a long time now, scientists have wanted to know more about what happens under the ice of the Great Lakes each winter, but getting the data has always been extremely challenging or almost impossible in this region.
Clearing mangroves to stop estuaries getting clogged with mud actually makes the problem worse, new research shows.
Rutgers research finds pollutants from fossil fuel combustion interfere with prenatal hormone activity, affecting reproductive development.
Geochemist Alexandra Phillips has sulfur on her mind.
A new collaboration between Food Agility CRC, NGIS, Farmanco, Curtin University’s Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM), and the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development will develop a scientifically rigorous decision support tool to help farmers and their advisors increase profitability and optimise risk management.
As the planet gets hotter, animal and plant species around the world will be faced with new, potentially unpredictable living conditions, which could alter ecosystems in unprecedented ways.
Rivers are one of the main sources of pollution by microplastics (5 to 0.0001 mm in size) and nanoplastics (smaller than 0.0001mm) in the oceans.
Naturalised species, which are not native but have established themselves in new locations, could spread even further in many parts of the world, new research shows.
Seabirds roam far and wide in the Indian Ocean – so they need ocean-wide protection, new research shows.
The planet added another record-breaking month to 2023, with October ranking as the warmest October in the 174-year global climate record.
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