New technologies seek to remove and destroy dangerous PFAS chemicals in contaminated water.
Some types of algal blooms produce dangerous toxins, while others are relatively harmless to humans.
Stone tools may provide data on paleomagnetism that are out of reach for other markers, such as prehistoric pottery.
Standardizing these corrections will help scientists understand ocean ecosystems.
Researchers question whether Gulf of Alaska species will return to pre–heat wave conditions.
Drone surveillance reveals just how big a contribution sea cucumbers make to reef habitats.
Compounds in ancient plant leaves tell the story of how an extinction event shaped our planet’s ecosystems.
Living near a forest edge may be an important risk factor for Lyme disease; these liminal spaces provide the perfect habitat for one of the black-legged tick’s favorite hosts.
Mammal teeth store a record of the plants they ate, providing clues about the ecosystems in which they lived.
Complex hydrological processes—not just the amount of rainfall—help determine where malaria-transmitting mosquitoes can thrive.