Multiple bleaching events driven by above-average sea temperatures killed off more than one-third of all coral reefs on the island of Guam and up to 60 percent along its eastern coast from 2013 to 2017.
A handful of sites where the United States manufactured and tested some of the most lethal weapons known to humankind are now peaceful havens for wildlife.
Human-wildlife conflict research has often focused on ways such apex predators as lions, tigers and wolves endanger humans.
In the heart of the Robson Valley, skirting the western edge of the Rocky Mountains, a diverse range of habitat has captured the attention of scientists studying wetlands and climate change.
Many of us are used to encountering ants scampering across a sidewalk, a trail path or even in our kitchen floor.
The emotive warnings were made because of global reports that its precursor Finding Nemo had inspired a surge in purchases of clown fish, which in turn caused environmental and animal harm.
Researchers at Oregon State University have proposed a new genus of bacteria that flourishes when coral reefs become polluted, siphoning energy from the corals and making them more susceptible to disease.
When Stephen King was growing up in North Portal, Saskatchewan, barn swallows were a common sight.
In the 1920s, scientists identified aurora trout as a new species native only to northeastern Ontario.
Green turtles are more likely to swallow plastic that resembles their natural diet of sea grass, new research suggests.
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