A new Tulane University study published in Nature Communications offers a glimpse into the possible impact of climate change on coastal wetlands 50 years or longer into the future.
Increasing access to water in extremely arid parts of sub-Saharan Africa can help nomadic livestock farmers in the short term.
An ephemeral lake in Death Valley’s Badwater Basin is showing its staying power.
AWI research team shows that jellyfish play an important, previously unknown role in the diet of amphipods during the polar night.
The new research project YESSS - Year-round EcoSystem Study on Svalbard - is focusing on how Arctic warming is changing over the seasons in Svalbard.
Africa's forested areas – an estimated 14 % of the global forest area – are continuing to decline at an increasing rate – mostly because of human activities to convert forest land for economic purposes.
Scientists take innovation in coral e-DNA monitoring to the next level.
A new study reveals that the first farmers and herdsmen settled in Andalusia collected and consumed shellfish throughout the year, especially in winter.
Agent Orange, an herbicide used during the Vietnam War, is a known toxin with wide-ranging health effects. Even though Agent Orange has not been used for decades, there is increasing interest in its effects on the brain health of aging veterans. A new study reveals the mechanisms by which Agent...
A new study explores the weight great fossil sites have on our understanding of evolutionary relationships between fossil groups and quantified the power these sites have on our understanding of evolutionary history. Surprisingly, the authors discovered that the wind-swept sand deposits of the Late Cretaceous Gobi Desert's extraordinarily diverse and...