The river — much like post-pandemic New York City — is more resilient than people think.
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A number of organizations are attempting to clean up the water, but solving the problem of ocean plastic pollution will also require big changes on land.
Most species are not receiving protection until their populations are precariously small, thus dimming their prospects of recovery.
Biological oceanographer Hugh Ducklow describes decades of work in far-flung places to understand the evolving ecology of the oceans. The picture is not always clear.
A new study shows that natural variants of oxygen within ancient animal teeth recorded details of seasonal rainfall, environmental conditions and animal behavior.
At the Center for Climate Systems Research, she translates information about climate risks to support resilience-building in developing countries.
By mapping out overlapping areas identified as tiger corridors in previous studies, researchers hope to send a clear and cohesive message on which areas are most important for conservation.
The beneficial effects of rising CO2 for plants disappear under flooding, a 33-year field experiment reveals.
Thumbnail descriptions of field projects on land, at sea and in the air, on every continent and every ocean.