Scientists monitored the nesting choices of more experienced yellow-bellied sapsucker woodpeckers for use as an indicator of high-quality bird habitat.
Scientists wanted to know if there are different microbial communities in the native and invasive lineages of grass and whether these microbial communities influence plant productivity.
Scientists wanted to know how climate change affects the relationship between predatory fish and their plankton prey in an estuary.
Scientists studied if the fish upstream and downstream of a hydroelectric dam were genetically different.
Scientists show that human-caused climate change has effects even on the Great Lakes – an area we thought was pristine.
Paleontologists studied the oldest discovered bison fossils (bones) to determine when and how they arrived in North America.
Scientists wanted to find out if there was a connection between the number of shrimp (prey) and fish (predators) in the Gulf of Mexico.
Canadian researchers wanted to know how will boreal forests respond to climate warming.
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.
Scientists research which are the preferred habitats for black sea bass.