Extent of future warming will dictate impacts, according to research involving a Rutgers scientist.
Freshwater ecosystems account for half of global emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming.
Climate change has long been considered as one of the greatest drivers of declining coral reefs, but the specifics of human impact have been largely unverified.
Scientific findings don’t always translate neatly into actions, especially in conservation and resource management.
Important ocean currents that redistribute heat, cold and precipitation between the tropics and the northernmost parts of the Atlantic region will shut down around the year 2060 if current greenhouse gas emissions persist.
Researchers led by a team at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have created the first tool to map and visualize the areas where human settlements and nature meet on a global scale.
Research conducted by The University of Queensland has revealed that Queensland native forestry, including timber harvesting, could actually help conserve biodiversity and mitigate climate risks.
The mosquito species Culex modestus has been found in Finland for the first time.
New research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA) reduces uncertainty in future climate change linked to the stratosphere, with important implications for life on Earth.
In the face of the biodiversity crisis, and alarming data showing a 69% decline in global animal populations since 1970, researchers are banking on a cool solution to help save species from extinction.
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