NOAA and university scientists deploy underwater listening devices in the Gulf of Mexico to study marine mammals, soundscapes, and noise impacts.
Urbanization is one of the most drastic forms of land-use change, and its negative consequences on biodiversity have been studied extensively in temperate countries such as Germany.
The San Nicolas Island fox, a subspecies of the Channel Island Fox only found on the most remote of California’s eight Channel Islands, is at a low risk of extinction, new research published last week in Ecosphere shows.
Climate change has severely reduced the length of the seal hunting season in a rural Alaska village, potentially threatening a key feature of the community’s Indigenous way of life.
We are collectively failing to conserve the world’s biodiversity and to mobilize natural solutions to help curb global warming.
This year, the annual grasslands in part of California turned brown a month earlier than usual, shortening the grazing season.
A $2.2 million National Science Foundation grant will establish the center, where scientists will research the farming of insects as a potential food source.
A new study shows how an increase in nighttime lighting (light pollution) and heat from urban areas disturbs the hibernation periods of insects.
Bees’ flight performance affects their ability to pollinate plants – a crucial service for many of our crops. Now, researchers from Imperial College London have measured the relationship between bumblebee flight performance and surrounding temperature.
Pharmaceutical pollution is found in streams and rivers globally, but little is known about its effects on animals and ecosystems.
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