As the cherished rainforest in South America’s Amazon River region continues to shrink, the river itself now presents evidence of other dangers: the overexploitation of freshwater fish.
The Gulf of Maine is growing increasingly warm and salty, due to ocean currents pushing warm water into the gulf from the Northwest Atlantic, according to a new NASA-funded study.
Cold-water corals, and the species Lophelia pertusa in particular, are the architects of complex reef structures.
Trees store carbon, filter the air, create habitat, and supply a host of other benefits for animals and people.
Jeff Doser wants to give conservationists the tools they need to make better decisions.
The Gulf of Mexico dead zone, or hypoxic area, is an area of low oxygen that can kill fish and other marine life.
Globally rising temperatures and the browning of lakes can both inhibit and promote algal growth in northern lakes.
New research published in the June 3, 2022 journal Science reveals that 44 percent of Earth’s land area – some 64 million square kilometers (24.7 million square miles) requires conservation to safeguard biodiversity.
A University of Guelph project to revive an endangered butterfly species has made a big, fluttery leap forward.
NASA is ground-truthing data generated by its next-generation earth imaging technology with a major research campaign hosted at three of UC Santa Barbara's natural reserves.
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