A hemlock woolly adelgid outbreak in southern Appalachia prompted a transformation in where the forest stores carbon.
In forest experiments in which artificial warming mimicked future climate conditions, heat-tolerant ants thrived, leaving other populations unstable.
A previously unknown species of rock-excavating bees, discovered 40 years ago but not reported in the scientific literature, finally gets the spotlight.
Recent beetle epidemics have driven tree die-offs across North America, and previous studies predicted an increase in annual streamflow would follow—but a new study shows this may not be the case.
Colonies of tiny caddisflies slow stream sediment transport with their silk nets.