Tagged Under: ecosystems
08/03/2023 / By Kevin Hughes
Scientists recently discovered 12 new sponge species, some of which resemble polar bears and the mythical unicorn. Others even look like...
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11/11/2022 / By Kevin Hughes
Microplastic pollution is threatening coastal lagoons around the world, with lagoons in three areas being most affected. Researchers from Spain,...
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10/17/2022 / By Lance D Johnson
Over the past fifty years, the world has been undergoing a mass extinction event, as habitats and bio-diverse ecosystems are diminished from the...
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09/21/2022 / By Lance D Johnson
Electric vehicles are promoted as the solution for combating “climate change.” Governments are currently incentivizing the production of electric...
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08/30/2021 / By Virgilio Marin
Researchers are plumbing the depths of Mauna Loa in Hawaii to study the volcano's lava tubes. The researchers wear bulky suits like those required...
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08/20/2021 / By Mary Villareal
Switzerland wants the United Nations' environmental arm to take the lead on talks about how to use an untested technology that tampers with nature...
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07/26/2021 / By Divina Ramirez
Just three percent of the world's land remains ecologically intact, according to a study published April 15 in the journal Frontiers in Forests and...
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04/28/2021 / By Virgilio Marin
A new study published in the journal Astrobiology suggests that the subsurface of Mars may be habitable. In the study, researchers explain that...
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04/03/2021 / By Virgilio Marin
Researchers from the University of Oklahoma and the University of Notre Dame found that the more than 45 million grasshoppers that swarmed Las...
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09/04/2020 / By Michael Alexander
Despite being constantly portrayed as such in popular media, not all extinction events involve the apocalyptic and instantaneous dying off of complex...
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05/05/2020 / By Cassie B.
Many of us are willing to overlook our concerns about harsh cleaning chemicals these days if it means protection from coronavirus, but one Spanish...
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02/28/2020 / By Michael Alexander
Locked deep beneath our oceans, according to scientists, are deposits of frozen methane. Dubbed “fire ice,” these deposits, once released, can...
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12/20/2019 / By Cassie B.
Talk of a “catastrophic collapse of nature’s ecosystems” is not hyperbole; that’s the exact terminology used in the first global scientific...
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11/19/2019 / By Ethan Huff
There's a serious climate emergency taking place, but it has nothing to do with internal combustion engines, cow farts, red meat, or Greta...
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11/16/2019 / By Cassie B.
Famous for its sparkling blue-green waters, Lake Tahoe has long been a popular tourist site in the western U.S. The second-deepest lake in the...
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10/25/2019 / By Edsel Cook
Millions of years ago, Texas supported large populations of prehistoric antelopes, camels, elephants, horses, and rhinos. Its rich selection of fauna...
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10/24/2019 / By Cassie B.
Insects have a way of making outdoor jogs and picnics a bit less pleasant, but you might want to think twice before squashing them as experts say...
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10/10/2019 / By Tracey Watson
The word bacteria might conjure up images of tiny worm-like disease carriers, but while it is true that some of these tiny organisms are incredibly...
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09/30/2019 / By Vicki Batts
Bees are in danger -- there's little doubt about that. Experts are saying that the dramatic decline in honeybee populations in the United States is...
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09/19/2019 / By Vicki Batts
Plastic pollution isn't just unpleasant to look at, it's one of the biggest threats to environmental health currently facing our planet. There is...
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