Climate change is driving some fish into cooler, deeper waters. Now they may be faced with another challenge: how to make sense of a world drained of color.
Scientists study how Antarctic seals and penguins react to drones versus ground surveys.
Satellites such as the NASA and USGS Landsat 8 can help scientists identify where an algal bloom has formed in lakes or rivers.
Researchers at the University of Copenhagen have made the first ever global assessment map of how future climate and land-use change impacts genetic diversity in mammals.
Despite pledges of reform, the world’s leading supermarket and fast-food companies are doing little to address the environmental and human rights abuses associated with beef production.
UCI graduate students, researchers traveled the world to chart major ocean regions.
UC Santa Barbara professor guides researchers as they replicate his fieldwork 50 years later.
For nearly 2 months the southeastern Bering has hovered near the marine heatwave threshold.
Springtime ocean conditions promote North Atlantic blooms, but you wouldn't know that from looking with human eyes.
A Texas A&M study shows weather events carried contaminated water to the Flower Garden Banks sanctuary off the Galveston Coast, much farther than expected.
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