Researchers have found cyanobacteria colonies as big as softballs thriving unexpectedly on shallow Greenland lake bottoms, exuding liver-damaging microcystin. Locals dubbed them "sea tomatoes."
Increased sedimentation from a melting glacier inhibits filter feeders in an Antarctic fjord.
The amount of moisture transpired from leaves increases for some tree species but drops on average.
"Hot spots" of species richness currently include the Bering Sea, Lancaster Sound, Baffin Bay, and Davis Strait. Will this change as sea ice melts?
A new examination of nitrogen in the coastal waters off the Pacific Northwest shows that the Salish Sea delivers a large fraction of nutrients to shelf waters.
Scientists used a noninvasive method to study the substructure of delicate groundwater-dependent ecosystems.
A new technique to remotely sense a forest’s tree composition using airborne observations.