Industrial fisheries are starving seabirds like penguins and terns by competing for the same prey sources, new research from the French National Center for Scientific Research in Montpellier and the Sea Around Us initiative at the University of British Columbia has found.
The future of the world’s coral reefs is uncertain, as the impact of global heating continues to escalate.
Under future climate scenarios, changing winds may make it harder for North American birds to migrate south in the autumn but easier for them to come north in the spring.
The fauna in the Antarctica could be in danger due the pathogens humans spread in places and research stations in the southern ocean.
Seals feeding on fish does not decrease fish stocks of Baltic cod, herring and sprat the most – climate change, nutrient load and fisheries do, shows a new study from Stockholm University.
A six-year collaboration between cartographers from the University of Oregon and wildlife biologists from the University of Wyoming has resulted in the publication this fall of “Wild Migrations: Atlas of Wyoming’s Ungulates.”
A computer model developed at the University of Wyoming by UW researchers and others has demonstrated remarkable accuracy and efficiency in identifying images of wild animals from camera-trap photographs in North America.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, how do you quantify the experience of holding a whale skull?
Encouraging people to change their behavior through social marketing campaigns can help the recovery of threatened wildlife populations.
Study is the first to quantify the uptake of nanoparticles at predicted environmentally relevant conditions.
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