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Depletion of Habitat of a Himalayan Fish May Signal Danger to Indus River
LEH, India—The Indus River system sustains over 200 million people in Asia. But its ecosystem is fragile, and the depletion of the habitat of the Snow trout, a fish native ...
October 27, 2020
$150 Million Grants Available to Rescue Australian Animal Habitats
The Australian government will spend $150 million ($US95 million) to accelerate wildlife recovery after the bushfires devastated communities ...
May 11, 2020
Innovation Key to Sustaining America’s Competitiveness
WASHINGTON—The United States is back as the “most competitive economy” in the world, reclaiming the No. 1 spot ...
October 19, 2018
China’s Timber Demand Is Destroying Forests in Russia and Zambia
China's One Belt, One Road investments into the timber industries in both countries—as well as rampant illegal logging—have ...
October 8, 2018
We All Live Downstream—It’s Time to Restore Our Freshwater Ecosystems
We all stand to benefit from protecting biodiversity and repairing our waterways.
May 9, 2016
To Stop Mass Extinction, Focus on the ‘Ghosts’
A new study urges scientists to move their focus from species extinction to species rarity in order to ...
December 25, 2015
Boom in ‘Armored’ Plankton Puzzles Scientists
A microscopic marine alga is thriving in the North Atlantic to an extent that defies scientific predictions, suggesting ...
December 2, 2015
Study: Humans Causing Sixth Extinction Event on Earth
Vitus Bering, the famous explorer, led perhaps the most ambitious scientific expedition ever in the 1730s.
June 28, 2015
Nobel Prize Winner’s Theory Tested in Baja California Sur
In 2009, Elinor Ostrom won the Nobel Prize for economics.
April 29, 2015
Quick Warm-Up Dooms Seafloor to Long Recovery
Abrupt climate changes off the coast of Southern California caused small decreases in seawater oxygenation.
April 2, 2015
University of California, Santa Barbara
Fish Found Living Deep Below Antarctic Ice (Video)
The water below the Antarctic ice sheet is as cold and dark as ever, but it turns out ...
January 23, 2015
Could This Be One Reason Why Whale Populations Have Not Recovered Following Hunt Ban?
When commercial whaling was banned in 1986 it put an end to a harvest that threatened the existence ...
August 11, 2014
China’s Economic Explosion Is Ravaging Its Coastal Ecosystems
The speed and scale of China's rapid economic growth has led to widespread degradation of its densely inhabited ...
August 11, 2014
Scientists Focusing on the Wrong Sharks in the Wrong Places
Sharks are in danger in most parts of the world, with a quarter of all sharks and rays ...
May 16, 2014
Canada’s Trade in Polar Bear Skins Triggers Review by International Body
Last week I was in Veracruz Mexico for an Animals Committee meeting of the Convention on International Trade ...
May 11, 2014
How Whale Feces Help You Breathe
Half of the world’s oxygen is provided by phytoplankton, an aquatic organism that functions as a carbon sink ...
May 8, 2014
How Your Bedding Could Save Monarch Butterflies
How are milkweed, pillows, and monarch butterflies connected?
May 3, 2014
A Look at Little-Known Giant Armadillos
Until just recently the science world knew little of the giant armadillo, the largest of the armadillo species ...
July 1, 2013
India and China Wage a War of Words About a Chinese Village on Indian Land
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Sen. Wyden Condemns Inauguration Day Riots in Home State, Oregon
Dems, Union Leaders Cheer Biden’s Firing of National Labor Relations Board Lawyer
Trump Impeachment Trial Will Start Week of Feb. 8: Schumer
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Indoor Dining to Resume in Michigan, DC Restaurants at 25 Percent Capacity
3 Governors Order Their Troops Back From DC
Biden Still Against Ending Filibuster, Says Press Secretary
Biden Orders $15 Minimum Wage for Federal Employees, Overrides Trump Orders
White House Announces it Will Codify Federal Abortion Law
Trump Makes First Public Comments Since Leaving Office