Climate shifts caused by astronomical changes affected early humans’ movement patterns, reveals a study
As invasive species threaten to take over aquatic ecosystems, Dr. Champika Ellawala Kankanamge works to restore the biodiversity of native plants and animals. We are revisiting this interview with her today on International Women's Day 2022.
Climate warming induces different responses in plant growth patterns above and below ground, potentially disrupting ecosystem stability.
Harnessing real-time conversational data from social networking platforms can provide life-saving information amidst extreme weather events.
As forest clearance shifted to elevated areas in Southeast Asia, stockpiles of carbon have been lost at an accelerated pace in recent years.