Overlooking capacity of large females may lead to overharvest.
UC Santa Barbara experts weigh in on the effects of offshore wind energy
A new study shows urbanization is causing many mammal species to grow bigger, possibly because of readily available food in places packed with people.
Pollinating insects such as bees, butterflies, hoverflies and wasps, interact more with plants at well-managed farmland ponds than those that are severely overgrown by trees, finds a new study led by UCL researchers.
In June 2021, algal slicks painted the waters green off Qingdao, China, during the region’s largest bloom on record.
As the North Pole, the Arctic Ocean and the surrounding Arctic land warm rapidly, scientists are racing to understand the warming’s effects on Arctic ecosystems.
Every evening, small fish and microscopic animals called zooplankton journey to the ocean surface, where they feast on microscopic plants under the moonlight before returning to the depths at dawn.
How can snow cover on the Himalayas influence the species that thrive in the ocean a thousand kilometers away?
Coastal marshes are vulnerable to erosion caused by rising seas, pounding waves, and tidal flows.
Southern New England habitat is important to the North Atlantic right whale. With offshore wind energy development planned in the region, working with stakeholders to minimize potential impacts on right whales and other protected species is crucial.
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