Rising temperatures could limit the growth of large, active fish, potentially upsetting food webs and slashing fishery yields.
Nala Rogers, Staff Writer
From the mountains of Tajikistan to Standing Rock in the Dakotas, scientists are collaborating with indigenous people to study climate change and predict the future.
Old females decide when and where their tribe will travel.
Aerosol pollution may have suppressed global warming and increased Arctic sea ice from 1950-1975.
Evolutionary psychologist Gad Saad explains how the biological imperative to spread one's genes underlies our rituals of romantic love.
John Bates stands by accusations that 2015 study was rushed and biased, but says he only guessed that motivations were political.
Pesticide-treated bed nets trigger rapid evolution and resistance in one common species of sub-Saharan African mosquito, new study finds.
Study estimates that without new "congestion pricing" policy, kids would have suffered 45 percent more asthma attacks.
Commercially managed bumblebees and honey bees may be contributing to wild pollinator decline.
This selection of images showcases a few examples of the many unfamiliar -- and often threatened -- wild bees from around the world.
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