For the first time, state and federal wildlife biologists have come together to map the migrations of ungulates across America’s West.
Coral reefs are extremely sensitive to temperature, making them particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change.
By examining clues hidden beneath tree bark, a research team from the University of Toronto Mississauga is recording the history of pollution in Canada’s North.
Researchers at the University of Toronto Mississauga have unearthed new information detailing how powerful winds shape the landscape in a remote part of the Andes mountain range.
What’s beneath the ground we walk on? Many of us think of soil, rock, sand, and maybe some roots and earthworms. We may not think of water.
Dr. Stephanie King, a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Lethbridge, has long been interested in the effects of stress on the developing fetus and how those effects show up in subsequent generations.
Texas A&M AgriLife and University of Texas-El Paso researchers are studying the effects of abiotic carbon dioxide on dryland systems.
The late fall season sampling indicates that delays in sea ice formation are supporting late-season biological production that has not been commonly observed before.
Condition status score is “fair,” but reefs are vulnerable and declining.
Warm, moist rivers of air may have continent-wide effects and influence climate change.
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