No plant indicates that you are in the American South as clearly as the loblolly pine. Driving from western Texas . . .
Mitochondria are often described as the “powerhouse” of the cell. These organelles are responsible for production of the majority . . .
Ascophyllum nodosum is a brown seaweed and a ubiquitous member of intertidal communities throughout the temperate North Atlantic. This cold- . . .
100 years ago, the Eastern United States was a lot different than it is today. Yeah, there was less urban . . .
A few years ago, Sharon Baruch-Mordo posted a provocative challenge. She called it the biodiversity challenge and offered it as an opportunity to . . .
Originally posted on ‘On top of the world’ Good news for those ecologists studying species distributions: it turns out that . . .
When I ask my introductory biology or ecology students what they think the biggest threat to Earth’s biodiversity is, climate . . .
The implementation of protected areas (PAs) is considered the backbone strategy of efforts towards the conservation of biodiversity and natural . . .
Happy New Year! To put the cap on 2014, we’ve highlighted some of our favorite biodiversity research and stories from . . .
The main idea of this note is to show the most basic and purely mechanistic model of population growth, which . . .