Research team led by University of Göttingen investigates flower strips, organic farming and small crop fields.
New research from NUI Galway and the University of Limerick has for the first time quantified the volume of plastic from European countries (EU, UK, Switzerland and Norway) that contributes to ocean littering from exported recycling.
A University of Wyoming researcher and her Ph.D. student have spent the last three years studying the decline of the Western bumblebee.
Unusually clear skies and persistent, unseasonable heat may have set the stage for a large and persistent blooms of phytoplankton in the waters around England.
When most of us think about environmental satellites, we think about the vital weather and climate data these high-orbiting spacecraft gather — but that’s not all they do.
It may seem like I randomly spun a Climate/Earth Phenomena wheel, landed on volcanoes, landed on ENSO, and then decided to do a piece connecting the two. But it makes more sense than it may seem.
Members of the international team simulated changes to the start times of monsoon seasons across the globe, with warm colors representing onset delays.
Coastal wetlands like salt marshes are increasingly recognized as valuable natural defenses that protect coasts against strong wave attacks.
The study, published today in Nature Climate Change, attributes this difference to changes in the balance of microbial communities within ecosystems that regulate methane emissions.
As the “king of beasts,” majestic lions have been used as a symbol of courage, nobility and strength by rulers for over 6000 years.
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