Jenny McGuire plans to use the late Cenozoic fossil record in Africa — a span of 7.5 million years — to study the long-term relationships between animals, their traits, and how they respond to changes in their environments.
An Oregon State University research team and collaborators have developed an automated method that can accurately identify calls from a family of fishes.
The authors describe specific aspects of solar infrastructure that pose risks to birdlife
Ecosystem engineers are ecologically important species that benefit other species by physically altering their environment.
Just over one-quarter of adult Magellanic penguin bodies were found between the colony and the ocean.
In a new study published in Science Advances, University of Montana researchers found that climate change drives native trout declines by reducing stream habitat and facilitating the expansion of invasive trout species.
While efforts to raise domesticated reindeer on the island failed, herds of wild reindeer prosper in East Iceland.
Remote localities are generally considered as potential reservoirs for biodiversity, but this is just part of the story.
Human-wildlife conflict is a central issue in the conservation sciences.
New report maps their spread into tundra region of Alaska and northern Canada
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