Large tropical mountain river systems aren’t getting the respect they deserve – at least not when it comes to research and conservation.
Life on Earth is amazingly diverse, and much of this diversity lies in a rich variety of geographical patterns.
Research shows why fire inversions happen and offers new air quality prediction tools.
A new study from the University of South Florida St. Petersburg and Eckerd College raises new questions about the impact of pollution on marine life in this vital ecosystem.
New research at the University of Saskatchewan (USask) shows how the world’s most widely used insecticides could be partly responsible for a dramatic decline in songbird populations.
It was a launch in partnership with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) that took more than their research vehicle to new heights.
As odd as it may seem, mowing down milkweed can help monarch butterflies.
By studying nearly five decades of data on more than 5,800 saguaros dotting Tumamoc Hill, researchers found that small variations in the hill’s topography might buffer saguaro populations from the impacts of climate change.
Forests absorb a lot of CO2 from the air in the summer, but during the heat wave at the end of July, forests in the Netherlands emitted CO2. This is shown by measurements taken by the University of Twente.
The largest glacier in the Alps is visibly suffering the effects of global warming.
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