A new international study is the first to determine the comprehensive global impact of the deadly fungal disease chytridiomycosis—and the news is not good.
Shoreline erosion can transform freshwater wetlands from carbon-storage pools to carbon sources, according to a new study led by Illinois State Geological Survey researchers.
Water is a vital resource on which many industries rely and which can be used more sparingly.
Over 50 non-native species have found their way to the Galápagos Islands, almost 10 times more than scientists previously thought, reports a new study in Aquatic Invasions published Thursday, March 28.
Controlling mosquito-borne illnesses, such as Dengue or West Nile virus, has historically been difficult due to a lack of effective vaccines and concerns about the environmental impact of insecticides.
Honey bees spend hours each day collecting pollen and packing it into tidy bundles attached to their hind legs.
Many insect pollinator species are disappearing from areas of Great Britain, a new study has found.
When the Arctic warmed after the ice age 10,000 years ago, it created perfect conditions for drought.
It’s a question that has captivated naturalists for centuries: Why have some groups of organisms enjoyed incredibly diversity—like fish, birds, insects—while others have contained only a few species—like humans.
Hagfish are slimy bottom-dwellers that live off the carcasses of dead sea creatures and thrive in deep waters where oxygen is hard to come by.
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