Mitch Aide, a tropical ecologist based in Puerto Rico, thinks we should listen to the earth a lot more than we do now — and not just listen to it, but record and store its sounds on a massive scale.
Research highlights that mercurcy concentrations in fish cannot be predicted by emissions inventories alone.
Birds come in an astounding array of shapes and colours. But it’s their physical prowess—like a bald eagle’s incredible ability to soar—that captivates human imagination.
Social networking, even between competing species, plays a much bigger role in ecology than anyone previously thought, according to three biologists at the University of California, Davis.
Researchers have revealed how marine sponges contribute to the ecological functioning of global oceans.
Study will include experts in hydrothermal geochemistry, trace element chemistry, physical oceanography, and biology.
For the past decade or so, Jason Weir has travelled into the Amazon rainforest to play songs to hundreds of birds.
A long-term study of copperhead snakes in a forest near Meriden, Connecticut, revealed that five consecutive years of drought effectively ended the snakes' reproductive output.
Migratory sandpipers breeding in Greenland who choose to spend the winter in West Africa instead of elsewhere along the East Atlantic coast have a lower chance of survival, are more likely to skip their first breeding season and arrive later at their breeding grounds.
Researcher says better understanding marine iron distributions is important to inform models and predictions of likely changes in ocean chemistry and productivity as the climate changes.
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