From endangered freshwater mussels in the U.S. to vegetation in the Amazon Rainforest, the latest edition highlights the importance of biodiversity.
As concerns for the planet’s future rise to the front pages of newspapers across the globe, so has the demand for science-based solutions to preserve and protect the earth and its resources. Sustainable development focuses on balancing the necessary harms of land use for global needs with environmental conservation....
Dynamic and healthy ecosystems can become center points for towns, cities, and entire regions—such is the case in the Newfound Lake Region.
Dredging has become increasingly more important as pollutants impact wildlife and communities living near and far from water.
Thinking about how to eradicate social parasites is common, but there is a lot to learn from parasites--they’re drivers of selection shaping populations.
HRNERR is dedicated to improving the health of the Hudson River through education, training, restoration, monitoring, and research programs.
TNC programs and projects rely on continuous monitoring to ensure that coastal restoration and habitat enhancement initiatives are successful.
From the continuous monitoring occurring in the Susquehanna River Basin region of the United States to a volcanic crater lake in Costa Rica, thelatest edition of the Environmental Monitor covers a variety of remote monitoring methods.
Water pollution is not a niche concern of scientists but is instead a concern for all people, regardless of proximity to water.
Endangered mussel surveys are a necessary step in project planning because the distribution of mussels and species assemblage relative to a planned project is critical to completing the required environmental documentation while protecting native species.
Though few people pay any mind to the occasional “clam” shell spotted along a river bank or lake, these small but mighty creatures are deeply important to water systems across the United States, and many of them are federally and state endangered. Greg Zimmerman of EnviroScience, Inc. shares, “We have...
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