Hace sesenta y seis millones de años, un asteroide reinició la mayor parte de la vida en la Tierra. Pero sin este evento catastrófico, la composición de las selvas tropicales neotropicales no sería la misma.
Sixty-six million years ago, an asteroid reset most of life on Earth. But without this catastrophic event, the composition of neotropical rain forests wouldn’t be the same.
A fence spans Australia’s Strzelecki Desert, keeping dingoes out of the southern side. Drone and satellite technology have illustrated how removing this top predator changes vegetation growth.
New research documents how a warming climate contributes to patterns in wildfire severity and frequency and how the fires contribute to climate change.
River basins are dynamic environments that are always changing and reorganizing under geologic forces. New research investigates how this shape shifting influences aquatic speciation and extinction.
A new study quantifies persistent phosphorus in a drainage basin in Sweden and points out risks and oversights to factor in to future stream management.
Amid the coronavirus uncertainty, the European Union is standing by its Green Deal pledges.
Intertidal zones support biodiverse habitats but have lost serious ground in recent decades to development, erosion, and sea level rise.
In the wake of a dire report on global threats to biodiversity, experts explain why the issue is so urgent, not just to the environment and to threatened species but also to people.
At a testy congressional hearing, leading experts confronted attacks on the science.