New research indicates lichens may not have arrived on land before vascular plants.
Abundance of low-lying invasive seaweed could likely impact species habitats and the structure of the food web.
Researchers at the University of Alberta are working on a warning system aimed at teaching grizzly bears that frequent railway tracks to get out of the way of oncoming trains.
Monitoring sources of freshwater around the world in real-time is becoming more important as human impacts and climate change increase the threats to freshwater.
New findings from a study at Trent University on the feeding habits of walleye may be an important element to future conservation and management plans for the popular sport fish.
Utah and New Jersey state public health officials are now using a NASA-enhanced website that began in California to strengthen mosquito control efforts.
A study by researchers at the University of Toronto has uncovered a new type of social organization in primates – one that may help further our understanding of human evolution.
Collecting data is a critical part of doing research. But it can be a lengthy, challenging process, and in some cases — especially when dealing with severe weather or treacherous terrain — it can pose a danger to scientists.
A new study by the U.S. Geological Survey suggests that anticipated increases in urban land use in the Piedmont region of the southeastern United States will lead to loss of sensitive fish and invertebrate species from thousands of miles of small streams.
As bacteria adapt to hotter temperatures, they speed up their respiration rate and release more carbon, potentially accelerating climate change.
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