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Regional Habitat Differences Identified for Threatened Piping Plovers on Atlantic Coast

Piping plovers, charismatic shorebirds that nest and feed on many Atlantic...

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Corals Carefully Organize Proteins to Form Rock-Hard Skeletons

Charles Darwin, the British naturalist who championed the theory of ev...

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Fostered Flamingos Just as Friendly

Six Chilean flamingo chicks were reared by Andean flamingos – a species...

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Curtin Research Finds Introduced Honeybee May Pose Threat to Native Bees

Published in the ‘Biological Journal of the Linnean Society’, the ...

Research Suggests Eucalyptus Trees Can be Genetically Modified Not to Invade Native Ecosystems

Eucalyptus, a pest-resistant evergreen valued for its hardy lumber and wellness-promoting oil, can be genetically modified not to reproduce ...

Genome sequencing reveals a new species of bumblebee

While studying genetic diversity in bumblebees in the Rocky Mountains, USA, researchers from Uppsala University discovered a new species. They...

We Don’t Know How Most Mammals Will Respond to Climate Change, Warn Scientists

A new scientific review has found there are significant gaps in our knowledge of how mammal populations are responding to climate change, pa...

A Pollen Sponge That Could Tackle Marine Oil Spills One Day

A team of scientists, led by NTU Singapore and Sungkyunkwan University in South Korea, has created a reusable, biodegradable sponge that can...

Crunching on Coral

You might not think an animal made out of stone would have much to worry about in the way of predators, and that’s largely what scientists...

Study Finds Those Late Night Snacks May Be Hurting You at Work

A recent study finds that unhealthy eating behaviors at night can make people less helpful and more withdrawn the next day at work.

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Study Finds Those Late Night Snacks May Be Hurting You at Work

A recent study finds that unhealthy eating behaviors at night can make people less helpful and more withdrawn the next day at work.

Framework Could Support More Reliable Electric Power Distribution Systems

Imagine the process of distributing electricity to homes from the power grid is like travelers boarding a train.

Carbon Dioxide Levels Reflect COVID Risk

Tracking carbon dioxide levels indoors is an inexpensive and powerful way to monitor the risk of people getting COVID-19, according to new r...

Piping Plovers Breed Less and Move More in the Northern Great Plains

Piping plover breeding groups in the Northern Great Plains are notably connected through movements between habitats and show lower reproductive...

New Paper Explores Possible Effects of Bridge Construction on Manatees

new publication from the Dauphin Island Sea Lab’s Marine Mammal Research Program (DISL) examines how bridge-building and in-water construction...

To Intervene or Not to Intervene? That Is the Future Climate Question

Nine of the hottest years in human history have occurred in the past decade. Without a major shift in this climate trajectory, the future of...

How Climate Change Affects Colombia’s Coffee Production

If your day started with a cup of coffee, there’s a good chance your morning brew came from Colombia. Home to some of the finest Arabica beans,...

How Do Lakes Affect Energy, Heat, and Carbon Exchange Processes in Mountainous Areas?

Lakes are important in the Earth-atmosphere system. They can maintain ecological balance and regulate climate, as well as the nearby landsca...

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Social Cost of Carbon: What Is It, and Why Do We Need to Calculate It?

There are many policies that could potentially curb carbon dioxide emissions and slow global warming. Some are projected to cost trillions of...

First Air Quality Profile of Two Sub-Saharan African Cities Finds Troubling News

Ambient air pollution is a global public health crisis, causing more than 4.9 million premature deaths per year around the world. In Africa,...

Houston Flooding Polluted Reefs More Than 100 Miles Offshore

Runoff from Houston’s 2016 Tax Day flood and 2017’s Hurricane Harvey flood carried human waste onto coral reefs more than 100 miles offshore...

New USGS Report Shows High Levels of Arsenic and Uranium in Some Wells

his research builds on a USGS report published in 2017, with the new study including additional groundwater samples and focusing on previously...

Scientists Turn to Deep Learning to Improve Air Quality Forecasts

Air pollution from the burning of fossil fuels impacts human health but predicting pollution levels at a given time and place remains challe...

Evidence of Antarctic Glacier’s Tipping Point Confirmed for First Time

Researchers have confirmed for the first time that Pine Island Glacier in West Antarctica could cross tipping points, leading to a rapid and...