The effect of last Summer’s marine heatwave and coral bleaching will not be known until further surveys are completed this year
Researchers also observed size and compositional differences by region and season.
Nearly every summer, phytoplankton trace the sea’s currents, eddies, and flows.
New research from Southern Cross University has highlighted the importance of managing the potential impacts of pesticide run-off in areas of intensive coastal agriculture.
Despite the increasing numbers of wind turbines, their impacts on the environment are poorly known.
Humans are not the only species facing a potential threat from SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, according to a new study from the University of California, Davis.
A new study shows nutrients can aggravate the already negative effects of climate change on corals to trigger mass coral bleaching.
For nearly 50 years, a statistical omission tantamount to data falsification sat undiscovered in a critical study at the heart of regulating one of the most controversial and widely used pesticides in America.
Extreme weather events such as heat waves and drought affect the presence of certain bird species.
The researchers established conclusively that penguins arose in the cool coastal regions of Australia and New Zealand, not frigid Antarctica, as many scientists thought.
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