Getting people interested in wildlife conservation is no easy feat. Zoos serve a critical, but often overlooked, role.
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Lamont’s Linda Heusser turned 90 years old on April 12, and the only birthday present she really wanted was another sediment core to study.
Forest cover in many tropical regions increased in recent decades, but a new study suggests that much of the regenerated area is re-cleared within a few years, which could limit biodiversity and carbon storage benefits.
Chopped beaver and chilled urine. Shiny feather boas and smelly mating lures. The extreme lengths to which ecologists must go to catch an elusive animal.
A dendrochronologist explains how tree rings can teach us about our past, present, and future.
Columbia’s School of the Arts will present Jana Winderen’s “The Art of Listening: Under Water,” February 3-13.
High-resolution satellite images allowed researchers to do a more comprehensive head count than ever before, and revealed patterns in the seals’ distribution.
New findings may help inform discussions as the Supreme Court takes up a case that could limit wetland protections under the Clean Water Act.
While elevated levels of CO2 can help plants grow, the impacts of climate change mean it’s not all good news for the plant world.
A new study indicates that the scale has been underestimated.