Scientists studied an invasive snail species and their liver fluke parasites in Africa’s Lake Karina, the largest manmade lake in the world.
Scientists wanted to know if small mammals like rats and mice spread the form of schistosomiasis (snail fever) that affects humans.
Scientists wanted to know if catfish prey on salmon in rivers that humans have altered.
Scientists look for a way to limit snail fever worldwide and wanted to know if the key is more abundant prawn populations, which are decreasing due to dam construction.
Scientists wanted to know how climate change affects the relationship between predatory fish and their plankton prey in an estuary.
Scientists wanted to know if changes in the seasons’ timing impacted the genes of small mammals living in the mountains.
Canadian researchers wanted to know how will boreal forests respond to climate warming.
Canadian scientists study how much will it cost to fight the increasing wildfires in the future.
Scientists completed a census of the Grauer’s gorillas remaining in Africa and determined that they should now be listed as Critically Endangered in the IUCN Red List.