Seeds offer a level of resilience to the harmful effects of climate change in ecosystems across the globe.
A new analysis of 92 studies from 27 countries conducted by ecologists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst suggests that many recent multi-species studies of wildlife communities often incorrectly use the analytical tools and methods available.
In 2015, a group of middle school students from Falmouth, Massachusetts, noticed a problem in their local waterways: plastic was everywhere.
Texas A&M-Galveston researchers are part of a team trying to determine the travel habits of the bluefin tuna, an overfished species that is highly sought for its tender meat.
Flights were grounded as visibility was severely hampered by a Calima event.
One of the most impressive archeological sites in Asia, Bagan is a key center for historic Buddhist culture.
In this era of upheaval in the ocean, driven by climate change and other stressors, technological innovations offer a flood of new data and new capabilities for translating it into actionable information.
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault in the Arctic, also known as the “doomsday vault,” has added its one millionth seed variety.
Seagulls favour food that has been handled by humans, new research shows.
Whether small-time farmers across the world get swept away by globalization or ride a wave of new opportunities depends largely on how much control they can get, according to a new study that takes a new, big-picture look.
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