Hydrological processes affect plant ecology and the biogeochemical exchange between salt marshes and the sea.
A new study finds nature can’t have it both ways: On the basis of thousands of case studies from dozens of hurricanes, there’s always a trade-off between resistance and resilience.
Combining data from land and sea helps ecologists measure human impact.
Major river basins around the world, including the Amazon, may be hot spots for ecological shifts as the planet warms.
Resources and data offered by the National Ecological Observatory Network are supporting researchers investigating critical ecosystem changes across the country.
A system of canals 2 millennia old sustained a local population after the collapse of its neighbors, and it continues to affect local ecology today.
Nuevas investigaciones examinan cómo los cambios en la ecología de la superficie influyen en la hidrología subterránea en el Ártico.
A new study showing the most vulnerable protected areas—the poles and the subtropics—could help prioritize their care.
Long term weather and lake data from a high elevation lake in the Alps demonstrate that climate warming may actually improve the ability of high-altitude deep lakes to mix their waters.
New instruments in the research tool kit bolster scientific understanding of the ecology of a greening Arctic.