How Interconnected Is Life in the Ocean?
How Interconnected Is Life in the Ocean?
To help create better conservation and management plans, researchers are measuring how marine organisms move between habitats and populations.
How Interconnected Is Life in the Ocean?
How Interconnected Is Life in the Ocean?

To help create better conservation and management plans, researchers are measuring how marine organisms move between habitats and populations.

To help create better conservation and management plans, researchers are measuring how marine organisms move between habitats and populations.

conservation biology
Infographic: How Interconnected Is Life in the Ocean?
Infographic: How Interconnected Is Life in the Ocean?
Catherine Offord | Nov 1, 2019
To help create better conservation and management plans, researchers are measuring how marine organisms move between habitats and populations.
Proposed Deep-Sea Mining Zone Harbors Previously Unknown Species
Proposed Deep-Sea Mining Zone Harbors Previously Unknown Species
Catherine Offord | Oct 17, 2019
The discovery of ancient clades of brittle stars at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean adds to concerns that commercial exploitation of the area could destroy numerous taxa before they’ve even been identified.
Image of the Day: Pika Populations
Image of the Day: Pika Populations
Emily Makowski | Sep 24, 2019
Geography plays a role in how the small mammals adapt to environmental changes.
North America Has 3 Billion Fewer Birds Than it Did in 1970
North America Has 3 Billion Fewer Birds Than it Did in 1970
Catherine Offord | Sep 19, 2019
Population reductions in species such as sparrows and blackbirds reflect a concerning pattern of declining biodiversity across the continent, researchers find.
Saving the Hellbender, a Giant Salamander Under Threat
Saving the Hellbender, a Giant Salamander Under Threat
Mary Bates | Sep 1, 2019
Populations of the two-foot-long amphibians are declining across North America. Scientists are struggling to find out why, before it’s too late.
Image of the Day: Last Loa Water Frogs
Image of the Day: Last Loa Water Frogs
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 27, 2019
Scientists hope to breed the species in captivity because their habitat has nearly disappeared.
Invasive Carp Could Spread Across Lake Michigan on Detritus Diet
Invasive Carp Could Spread Across Lake Michigan on Detritus Diet
Nicoletta Lanese | Aug 14, 2019
The fish’s undiscerning palate might make more of the lake habitable to the species than once thought, according to a new study.
Image of the Day: Death Traps
Image of the Day: Death Traps
Chia-Yi Hou | Jul 18, 2019
Sharks and rays can get entangled in abandoned fishing gear, leading to injuries or death.
Study: Plant Species Lost at Alarming Rate
Study: Plant Species Lost at Alarming Rate
Jef Akst | Jun 11, 2019
The most extensive global survey of plant extinctions to date reveals cause for concern.