A phytoplankton bloom appeared in one of the world’s busiest oil waterways.
Animals that evolved in environments subject to large-scale habitat-altering events like fires and storms are better equipped to handle forest fragmentation caused by human development than species in low-disturbance environments, new research shows.
Researcher says marine plastic is a problem worldwide, and comparable hermit crab losses on a global scale would have important implications for ecosystems.
Satellite data are used to identify characteristics of the waters through which specially-tagged seals swim.
Long considered pests by forest managers, deer and elk can help Douglas-fir seedlings thrive under certain vegetation management conditions, a five-year study by Oregon State University shows.
North American migratory birds have been getting smaller over the past four decades, and their wings have gotten a bit longer.
Every night, under the cover of darkness, countless small sea creatures swim from the ocean depths to feed near the surface, then descend out of sight again before daybreak.
For the past seven years, Maren Vitousek, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, and her research group have been studying a population of tree swallows in the Ithaca area.
The haunting sound of the Wilson’s snipe is a familiar one around this province’s bogs, fens and wet meadows.
It may help keep your car on the road in the winter, but research from the University of Toronto suggests that road salt is creating problems for wildlife.
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