Reforestation: It’s A Trade-Off
While reforestation may help address the climate crisis, implementation requires long-term flexibility, careful listening, and an ability to compromise.
Are Honey Bees Bad for Wild Bees?
Recently, the health of the honey bees has been a topic of some concern. But many scientists think we should actually be worrying about wild bees instead.
The Mysteries of Crown Shyness
In some forests, trees grow in a manner that keeps their branches from touching one another. Despite decades of study, scientists aren't exactly sure why.
Is Human Noise Stressing Out Protected Wildlife?
A survey in the United States found that in more than half of protected areas human-caused sounds significantly increased background noise levels.
The Incredible Moving Forest
For as long as plants have existed, there have been moving forests, migrating across the earth’s surface in response to changes in the climate.
Can Animals Really Predict Earthquakes?
Stories of animals behaving erratically before earthquakes have circulated for thousands of years.
Got (Cockroach) Milk?
Is cockroach milk the next hot super food?
How Ants Make Gardens in the Sky
You probably haven’t heard of ant gardens, but JSTOR has. High above neotropical rain forests, ants create elaborate nests, sharing them with epiphytes.
Can You Hear It? The Cicadas Are Back
After 17 years quietly developing under the soil, 3 species of periodical cicadas emerged this summer. How do these insects coordinate?
Is Tropical Sustainable Logging Possible?
So-called sustainable commercial logging is not sustainable.