Fjords and funnel-shaped bays and inlets are often the scene of dramatic tidal changes and sediment loads.
Plants that can “bounce back” after disturbances like ploughing, flooding or drought are the most likely to be “invasive” if they’re moved to new parts of the world, scientists say.
This cosmic vista stretches almost 20 degrees from top to bottom, across the dusty constellation Taurus.
Researchers aim to use satellite technology to test new ways of merging different datasets to estimate and ultimately monitor ocean acidification.
QUT researchers have found a treatment to extract and reuse polyester from polyester/wool mix fabrics to help prevent some of the 92 million tonnes of textiles dumped every year going to landfill.
The Kolyma River in eastern Siberia was sampled for a global study of black carbon in rivers and oceans by a team of researchers.
A global consortium of leading climate change research universities is coming together as a new survey reveals the attitudes of Australians to climate change.
Bats face many threats — from habitat loss and climate change to emerging diseases, such as white-nose syndrome.
Genes have been identified that confer resistance to multiple leaf rust species in barley.
Researchers of Siberian Federal University took part in a global project to collect, systematize and universalize data on the composition of forests in all climatic zones and on all continents of the planet.
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