15 August 2018
Oak processionary moth and ash dieback are among the most notorious tree pests and diseases introduced into the UK.
14 August 2018
Mountain hare numbers on moorlands in the eastern Highlands have declined to less than one per cent of their initial levels.
07 August 2018
Protected riverbank habitats within areas of oil palm cultivation can play a key role in reducing the negative impacts on tropical bird numbers.
25 July 2018
Study analyzes fishery-monitoring methods to address challenges of managing small-scale fisheries.
17 July 2018
Research into how these large grazers influence the expansion of exotic plant species in aquatic systems.
11 July 2018
Drawing on data from a large number of studies in which bees that had been exposed to pesticides.
03 July 2018
Trees in Belgium have advanced the timing of leafing and flowering in response to recent temperature changes.
28 June 2018
Two-year field experiment focused on how mason bees in the southwestern United States will respond to a warmer future climate.
26 June 2018
A new study on the role of the nuptial plumage in competitive interactions among male purple-crowned fairy-wrens.
21 June 2018
What would a resilient network look like and how can it be assessed?
19 June 2018
A new framework for identifying specific coral reefs, “oases,” in the world’s oceans where corals appear to be thriving.
18 June 2018
As our oceans are projected to warm, fewer juvenile albatrosses will manage to survive and populations are expected to decline at a faster rate.
An international research team analysed hundreds of disparate datasets of plant life‐history strategies.
13 June 2018
A British Ecological Society funded study found that this butterfly species travels an annual distance of 12,000 km across the Sahara Desert.
12 June 2018
Remaining parent substantially increased its effort to raise at least some of the chicks.