New research offers insights on how the tick-borne diseases spread and interact in infected animals.
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A new study proposes a more holistic approach to planning restoration projects that do not “leave people off the map.”
Acoustic recorders detected promising changes in the soundscape after a restoration project in India.
The uncertainty plaguing the crypto world is devastating for investors, but it could have a positive impact on greenhouse gas emissions and the future of digital currency.
Most species are not receiving protection until their populations are precariously small, thus dimming their prospects of recovery.
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 new study indicates that the scale has been underestimated.
The surprising finding suggests that future hurricanes stoked by warming climate may be even more destructive to forests than scientists have already projected.
Researchers have drawn on 17 years of data to develop a model that identifies areas in which the tick-borne illness is likely to emerge.