Young fish can be drawn to degraded coral reefs by loudspeakers playing the sounds of healthy reefs, according to new research published today in Nature Communications.
Noel Gerard Keough is a champion for undergraduate research.
Since 2013, a European Union (EU) moratorium has restricted the application of three neonicotinoids to crops that attract bees because of the harmful effects they are deemed to have on these insects.
For species trying to boost their chances of avoiding predation, it could be a classic case of ‘it’s not what you know, it’s who you know that matters,’ according to new research.
Sharks, penguins, turtles and other seagoing species could help humans monitor the oceans by transmitting oceanographic information from electronic tags.
Oysters once dominated the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem, and it would be difficult if not impossible for the Bay to return to full ecological health without restoring Crassostrea virginica to its glory days as the Chesapeake’s apex filterer.
Natural history collections are unique archives of biodiversity.
Brittany Kirsch, agronomy and horticulture master’s student specializing in soil and water sciences, made it rain last summer.
State legislators plumbed the depths and impacts of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s water-based research in a Nov. 15 hearing at the State Capitol.
Research by University of Wyoming scientists has contributed to the removal of federal protection for a plant found in southeast Wyoming, northern Colorado and western Nebraska.
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