Mar 6, 2017
The annual Twitter event returns with 64 mammal species ready to fight to the virtual death for your entertainment and education.
Read MoreSep 9, 2016
As the climate changes, wetlands around the world experience major shifts in their functioning that can put biodiversity and ecosystem services at risk. Understanding these changes can enable better wetlands management and restoration.
Read MoreDec 7, 2015
With natural history collections in decline, what's a busy researcher to do with specimens from past studies?
Read MoreNov 9, 2015
Updated research shows how long, thin strands of ice, called hair ice, forms from decomposing wood.
Read MoreOct 29, 2015
The World Lemur Festival starts today, and is a great occasion to celebrate these charismatic primates—and their poop.
Read MoreOct 21, 2015
A hotly contested megadam threatens an incubator for evolutionary diversity in Brazil.
Read MoreOct 14, 2015
The history of the Belo Monte dam is fraught with controversy and legal battles, dating back to 1979.
Read MoreSep 17, 2015
While it is laudable to have focused and measurable goals for such a far-reaching federal strategy, in terms of lands and agencies implicated, the three goals of the White House pollinator plan are surprisingly limited in scope.
Read MoreSep 9, 2015
What water quality issues related to hydraulic fracturing and shale gas extraction does geochemist Avner Vengosh think are of most concern to the public?