Scientists wanted to know how climbers affect birds that nest on cliffs.
Scientists studied an invasive snail species and their liver fluke parasites in Africa’s Lake Karina, the largest manmade lake in the world.
Scientists used a mathematical model to understand human impact and threats to the Atlantic coast of the United States.
Researchers wanted to know if illegal hunters are the only problem rhinos are facing or other factors also influence their survival.
Researchers wanted to know why the populations of the most expensive fungus in the world – the caterpillar fungus – are declining.
Scientists monitored the nesting choices of more experienced yellow-bellied sapsucker woodpeckers for use as an indicator of high-quality bird habitat.
Scientists investigated the productivity and metabolism of microorganisms living below the sea floor at deep-sea hot springs.
Researchers studied the impact of direct payments for locals for tourist wildlife sighting on ecosystem conservation in Laos.
Scientists wanted to find out whether marine organisms would move in quickly if uninhabited coastal land gets flooded.
Scientists wanted to know whether feral dogs were a problem for naturally occurring carnivores in the Andean mountains in Ecuador.