A guest post from PLOS Ecology Reporting Fellows, Caitlin McDonough MacKenzie & Daniel E. Winkler, on research from the Ecological Society of America Scientific Meeting in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, August 7-11, 2016. Experimental gardens
A guest post from PLOS Ecology Reporting Fellow, Daniel Winkler on the 2015 PLOS One paper “Functional Resilience against Climate-Driven Extinctions – Comparing the Functional Diversity of European and North American Tree Floras” by
A guest post from PLOS Ecology Reporting Fellow, Kelsey Graham on the 2015 PLOS One paper “Increased Land Use by Chukchi Sea Polar Bears in Relation to Changing Sea Ice Conditions” by Karyn D. Rode ,
For the price of a cup of tea, or perhaps several, we are making strides towards better understanding climate change thanks to Judith Sarneel, a researcher at Umeå University in Sweden, and her colleagues: Joost
A recent paper published in PLOS ONE uses geochemical and fossil evidence from the period of global warming at the end of the last ice age to reconstruct the depth and extent of ocean areas
Photograph above courtesy of the author (N. Miller-Struttmann): B. frigidus pollinating C. scopulorum. Guest Post by Nicole Miller-Struttmann, Assistant Professor of Biology at SUNY – Old Westbury Over the past two decades, bee declines
Majority of Americans agree that anthropogenic climate change is happening: will we be fairly represented in Paris?
Image credit: Mikael Miettinen (creative commons license) By Sasha Wright, Mary Seeburger, and Willa Tsokanis This week I invited my FIT students, Mary Seeburger and Willa Tsokanis, to co-write a piece with me about education, public
Understanding how religion informs our attitudes and views on the environment and climate change is a complicated proposition. However, in light of this week’s COP21 talks in Paris, it as an interesting and necessary topic of conversation.
Image above: Wildfire in the Florida Panther NWR (U.S. Fish & Wildlife Creative Commons license). Editor’s Note: In just 10 days world leaders will be converging on Paris, France to discuss the future of the
By Lindsey Thurman, for the PLOS Ecology Community With the recent publication of the 2014 IPCC report on Climate Change, the 2014 US National Climate Assessment, and the upcoming Paris 2015 UN Climate Conference, it’s