05 September 2018
The retrospective analysis of social media has been used widely to detect earthquakes or political sentiment, but not so much in ecological research.
04 September 2018
A new Journal of Ecology study used herbarium specimens to track insect herbivory across more than a century.
Prioritizing natural regeneration of Brazilian forest areas.
29 August 2018
Lack of food drives loss of Arctic skuas
Biologists have documented that coastal wetlands in the southeastern United States are responding positively to rising temperatures.
28 August 2018
New research published in Functional Ecology focuses on the combined effects of fire and drought on white oak seedlings.
The new method published in Methods in Ecology and Evolution translates the original ideas of the Anglo-American ecologist G. Evelyn Hutchinson (1903-1991) into simple mathematical terms.
23 August 2018
Kelp forests in the UK awill experience a marked change in ecosystem functioning in response to continued ocean warming.
22 August 2018
Large pet reptiles and amphibians that are sold small and cheaply are more likely to be released into the wild.
21 August 2018
Grasslands enjoying a wider biodiversity have more resilience against parasitic plants.
15 August 2018
Oak processionary moth and ash dieback are among the most notorious tree pests and diseases introduced into the UK.
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.