Drone surveillance reveals just how big a contribution sea cucumbers make to reef habitats.
An expanded nonmilitary hydrophone network provides new opportunities to understand the variability and trends of ocean sound and the effects of sound on marine organisms.
Arctic biologists use 25 years of data to find that warmer autumns might be enough to increase the odds of reindeer’s winter survival on Svalbard.
Isotopic analysis indicates that mercury found in deep-sea organisms may have an origin in carrion from near the surface.
Trabajo de campo en Tanzania sugiere que la química del suelo—influenciada por el vulcanismo local y la actividad tectónica—podría ayudar a determinar la migración sin precedentes de más de un millón de ñus.
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.
A multidisciplinary team is jointly investigating mammal evolution and subduction dynamics to unravel how flightless land mammals migrated to the Greater Antilles and other Caribbean islands.
Volcanic eruptions in what is now western Canada may have triggered a million years of rain and a mass extinction that launched the reign of the dinosaurs.
White-crowned sparrows in the San Francisco Bay Area sang differently during California’s COVID-19-induced shutdown, recordings have revealed.
Mammal teeth store a record of the plants they ate, providing clues about the ecosystems in which they lived.