Dolphins are now frequent visitors to the Shrewsbury and Navesink Rivers in New Jersey, indicating a healthier environment.
Gentoo penguins are benefiting from a newly enlarged no-fishing zone (known as a No-Take Zone NTZ) around the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia following British Antarctic Survey (BAS) tracking research commissioned by the RSPB.
Most frogs emit a characteristic croak to attract the attention of a potential mate.
Scientists and the public can access a comprehensive collection of standardized contaminant data from the Great Lakes to inform decisions and track the progress of restoration activities.
New research investigates the impacts of red and green algae on albedo and radiative forcing in Antarctica.
By feeding arctic ground squirrels special diets, researchers have found that omega-3 fatty acids, common in flax seed and fish oil, help keep the animals warmer in deep hibernation.
With the impact of climate change increasing by the day, scientists are studying the ways in which human behavior contributes to the damage.
New research has found as climate change causes the world’s oceans to warm, baby sharks are born smaller, exhausted, undernourished and into environments that are already difficult for them to survive in.
New analyses reveal how over 60 years a critical marine species has responded to ocean acidification
In spring and summer, conditions are often just right for populations of the plant-like organisms explode into enormous blooms.
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