Dense algae populations in the Great Calcite Belt could cause carbon dioxide release from the ocean into the atmosphere.
Workshop on Phenology at Scales from Individual Plants to Satellite Pixels; Cambridge, Massachusetts, 21–23 June 2016
Fire Ecology Colloquium; Bogotá, Colombia, 23–24 June 2016
Emerging Issues in Tropical Ecohydrology; Cuenca, Ecuador, 5–9 June 2016
A survey of birds over several decades shows that many bird species migrate or shrink their habitat to avoid drought and storms.
The NASA Geostationary Coastal and Air Pollution Events satellite mission plans to keep an eye on short-term processes that affect coastal communities and ecosystems.
The Superior Challenge Summit: Forecasting El Niño's Impact on the World's Largest Lake; Ann Arbor, Michigan, 17–19 May 2016
Amir AghaKouchak discusses how human activity affects water supply and the environment.
East Coast species will face the most difficulty finding routes to cooler homes as climate change forces migration.
On behalf of JGR: Oceans, I consented to a Reddit Science AMA. What did an anonymous public want to learn about oceanography and climate science? More importantly, what can we learn from them?