Coastal wetlands and coral reef islands will struggle to grow fast enough to keep pace with rising sea levels driven by climate change, according to a new study published in Nature.
Research published today in Nature warns that rising seas will devastate coastal habitats.
Rutgers-led study indicates future changes, including a reduction to Earth’s ability to store carbon.
Six years on, a prolonged ocean heat wave known as the Blob has altered the makeup of marine life off the coast of California, new research shows.
A Newcastle University-led study focused on the Pacific Island nation of Palau and has shown that historic increases in the thermal tolerance of coral reefs are possible.
In certain trees, soils can form along branches and can support varied plant and animal life.
A relatively simple, inexpensive method of filtering urban stormwater runoff dramatically boosted survival of newly hatched coho salmon in an experimental study.
Extreme floods and severe droughts on the Amazon River have occurred more frequently in the last 40 years.
Marine heatwaves are becoming more frequent under global warming and this is having a significant impact on species' ability to recover.
Tidal flats, also known as mud flats, make up coastal wetlands that protect against destructive powers from the ocean such as waves, tsunamis and hurricanes.
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