Ecosystems provide multiple services for humans. However, these services depend on basic ecosystem functions which are shaped by natural conditions like climate and species composition, and human interventions.
Plastic pollution clogs river systems for considerably longer than previously thought, new research from the University of Leicester shows.
Reactive nitrogen emissions contribute to greenhouse gases, as well as air and water pollution.
Coral reefs are among the most biologically diverse, complex and productive ecosystems on the planet. Most of coral reef biodiversity consists of tiny organisms living deep within the three-dimensional reef matrix.
Coral reefs all over the world, already threatened by rising temperatures brought about by climate change, also face serious challenges from the possibility of fish species extinctions.
Few craters are as large, or as old, as this impact structure in southeastern Ontario, Canada.
By forecasting potential hypoxic upwelling events that could impact water quality, NOAA GLERL’s Experimental Hypoxia Forecast Model helps drinking water plant managers be prepared to adjust their treatment processes as needed.
Informing the implementation of nature-based solutions and natural infrastructure as an alternative to conventional hardened infrastructure.
In the midst of another brutal fire season, several of California’s natural treasures have also been threatened.
The capacity of coral reefs to provide ecosystem services relied on by millions of people worldwide has declined by half since the 1950s, according to a new University of British Columbia-led study.
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