The Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument is set to become the largest ecological preserve in the world.
By PBS NewsHour
An executive order issued Friday by President Barack Obama will make the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument the largest ecological preserve in the world, at more than 580,000 square miles. Matt Rand, director of the Pew Charitable Trust’s Global Ocean Legacy…
Want to stop an ISIS attack? Don’t start with lone wolves, according to new computer analysis of pro-ISIS groups on social media.
By PBS NewsHour
By Nsikan Akpan
Amateur photography is an untapped resource for ecology research, according to a new study from Sweden.
By Cassandra Profita, EarthFix
A group in Oregon says major invasive predators like the bullfrog can become less of an ecological threat if people literally brought them to the table.
By Catherine Woods
Researchers set up 225 cameras across more than 400 square miles of the Serengeti region in northern Tanzania. The cameras captured it all from monkey selfies to a gazelle family portrait.
Think your freeloading kid is bad? Black-crowned night herons have crashed at the Smithsonian National Zoo each summer for over a century.
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
What happens to a 2,000 year-old marsh when sea levels rise? Scientists have been studying the Plum Island Estuary to find out.
A year after a California wildfire known as the “Rim Fire” burnt through over 250,000 acres of Sierra Nevada forests, environmentalists and loggers are debating what to do with the blackened woodland it left behind. The timber industry believes…
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