Latest Ecological Society of America Stories
Study shows a 1 percent annual energy loss and 44-93 percent reduction in bat fatalities.
Previous research has claimed that the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park in 1995 is helping restore quaking aspen in risky areas where wolves prowl, but apparently elk hungry for winter food had a different idea.
On Tuesday, August 3rd, as part of the Ecological Society of Americaâ€™s (ESA) 95th Annual Meeting, a team of scientists will discuss the environmental impacts of surface mining in the central Appalachians.
What can we do for the environment?
In this time of global change, understanding the basics of animal behavior and environmental interactions is just as important as predicting and planning for widespread impacts.
Analyzing biofuel sources and predicting effects on water, soil and the atmosphere.
New report outlines trade-offs of biofuel production.
Global warming may impair the ability of ecosystems to perform vital services -- such as providing food, clean water and carbon sequestration -- says the nation's largest organization of ecological scientists.
Exposure to common pesticides may hinder the growth and survival of ESA-listed salmon.
Vegetation in an area may determine its usable water supply, ecologists find.
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