The work of famed German botanist, artist and entomologist Maria Sibylla Merian has been republished after more than 300 years.

150 years before Darwin, she mastered art to learn about ecology

150 years before Darwin, she mastered art to learn about ecology

This massive seagrass die-off is the latest sign we’re failing to protect the Everglades   The 40,000 acre event is yet another indicator that we’re mismanaging the delicate ecosystem.

This massive seagrass die-off is the latest sign we’re failing to protect the Everglades The acre event is yet another indicator that we’re mismanaging the delicate ecosystem.

Between Bleaching and Boats, Florida’s Coral Reefs Are Struggling to Survive  The reefs are crumbling in acidifying waters and buried from dredging, according to new reports. florida coral

Between Bleaching and Boats, Florida’s Coral Reefs Are Struggling to Survive The reefs are crumbling in acidifying waters and buried from dredging, according to new reports.

Climate change could force huge migrations for people and animals living near the equator - The Washington Post

The tropics are vast, but relatively uniform in temperature. That could have huge implications if they warm.

5 reasons to pay attention to those dismal coral bleaching headlines.   Bleached corals are akin to dead canaries in a coal mine — a warning of what's to come if we don't address the threat of climate change.

5 reasons to pay attention to those dismal coral bleaching headlines

5 reasons to pay attention to those dismal coral bleaching headlines. Bleached corals are akin to dead canaries in a coal mine — a warning of what's to come if we don't address the threat of climate change.

Climate Change Could Alter Interactions among Species - Scientific American, Interactions among Species Fish and insects modify seasonal habits more than plankton and birds, potentially pulling apart food webs

Climate Change Could Alter Interactions among Species - Scientific American, Interactions among Species Fish and insects modify seasonal habits more than plankton and birds, potentially pulling apart food webs

Current diversity pattern of North American mammals a 'recent' trend, study finds | Geology Page

Current diversity pattern of North American mammals a 'recent' trend study finds

Sea ice algae drive the Arctic food web.   Themisto libellula amphipod ~~ Angelina Kraft/Alfred-Wegener-Institut

Sea ice algae drive the Arctic food web

Scientists traced where zooplankton in the Arctic get their energy from. Many open ocean species rely on algae found in sea ice, which is disappearing.

Tiny sea creatures are saving us from hell on earth. So why are we endangering them?  These deep-sea microorganisms are threatened by drilling and mining.

Tiny sea creatures are saving us from hell on earth. So why are we endangering them?

Tiny sea creatures are saving us from hell on earth. So why are we endangering them? These deep-sea microorganisms are threatened by drilling and mining.

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