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Wetlands Watch has begun producing videos that will help both the public and environmental stakeholders better understand... see more

According to the Virginia Outdoors Plan "wetlands, both tidal and non-tidal, are among the most important natural... see more

Wetlands Watch is leading a Pilot Project to develop local government sea level rise retreat policies using land... see more

Our landscapes and shorelines can either be resilient - part of the solution - or the cause of wetlands loss, water... see more

The management of floodplains can determine how adaptive a community is to the impacts of increased flooding and sea... see more

Wetlands Watch is small, smart, and growing, having evolved in a measured and careful way since its start in 1999: from... see more

This is a scientific paper that details with fossil dated remains of domesticated dogs in the Americas.

Spider silk is one of nature's wonder materials, more flexible than nylon, thinner than a human hair, and, for its... see more

Hidden under your feet is an information superhighway that allows plants to communicate and help each other out. It’s... see more

From lakes and lagoons to coral reefs and seagrass beds, explore our wetlands and why they are important.

Ethical standards are a critical part of scientific research. Through examples of scientific fraud, misconduct, and... see more

Research Ethics Cases are a tool for discussing scientific integrity. Cases are designed to confront the readers with a... see more

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), as part of an interagency effort with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency... see more

Discover the most common native plants found in each coastal habitat. These plant lists and other resources can help... see more

Visit DK Find Out! to learn about dinosaurs, space, animals, nature & more. Fun learning activities for kids with videos,... see more

This site contains a series of National Public Radio stories about invasive species around the globe. Each audio file is... see more

Whether introduced accidentally or on purpose, invasive species can cause harm to native plants and animals by... see more

National Invasive Species Information Center (NISIC) The gateway to invasive species information; covering federal,... see more

This website is devooted to providing information on any species, including its seeds, eggs, spores, or other biological... see more

Humans have dramatically altered the planet over the course of a century, from the acidity of our oceans to the... see more

Nancy Moran has devoted her career to investigating details of how microbes make a home in aphids and now bees. An... see more

Two new papers find that the line that divides the moist East and arid West is edging eastward due to climate change—and... see more

This article describes the various forces that affect the Amazon basin ecosytem.It was originally published as a review... see more