The deep sea is home to one of the largest animal communities on earth which is increasingly exposed to environmental pressures.
Blame it on plate tectonics.
The only thing constant is change – isn’t that how the saying goes?
Polar regions contain vast, undiscovered biodiversity but are both the most-threatened and least-understood areas of the world.
Worldwide, coastal river deltas are home to more than half a billion people, supporting fisheries, agriculture, cities, and fertile ecosystems.
If the world’s natural forests are allowed to grow and mature rather than being cut down, 226 billion tonnes of carbon could be taken out of the atmosphere, according to a major international study.
A Brown professor and two Brown-trained scientists co-authored a research review proposing a ‘more realistic’ conceptual model for understanding current and future changes to marine ecosystems in the wake of climate change.
Extracellular vesicles play a much greater role in horizontal gene transfer in the ocean than previously assumed.
Clearing mangroves to stop estuaries getting clogged with mud actually makes the problem worse, new research shows.
Geochemist Alexandra Phillips has sulfur on her mind.
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