No, but there are ways to lessen the effects of harmful algal bloom events.
Will climate change lead to more iron fertilization in the ocean?
Ice cover in a marine protected area in the Far North – potentially the last refuge for Arctic animals that depend on sea ice for their survival – is disappearing twice as fast as ice in the rest of the Arctic Ocean.
Two common species of small mammals are not significantly disturbed by industrial activity near their homes, according to a new study by University of Alberta scientists.
Insects have experienced global declines. Flipping the switch can help.
An underwater rover called BRUIE is being tested in Antarctica to look for life under the ice.
Understanding how nematodes can become immune against plant defense compounds may contribute to improving biological pest control.
New research indicates lichens may not have arrived on land before vascular plants.
Abundance of low-lying invasive seaweed could likely impact species habitats and the structure of the food web.
Researchers at the University of Alberta are working on a warning system aimed at teaching grizzly bears that frequent railway tracks to get out of the way of oncoming trains.
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