Written by Eddie Game | August 23rd, 2012
The answer might surprise you–and it all comes down to a little concept known as a counterfactual. Intrigued? Read on.
Written by Matt Miller | August 1st, 2012
Can a roadside ditch help conserve populations of fish? It may seem odd but those little channels may be vital in restoring northern pike populations.
Written by Matt Miller | July 24th, 2012
Northern pike don’t talk, but their ears can tell scientists crucial information on where this fish spawns.
Written by Matt Miller | July 13th, 2012
Roughly 9% of mammals will not be able to keep pace with a changing climate, according to a recent study. Find out why, and how the research might help improve conservation planning.
Written by Matt Miller | June 28th, 2012
Electrofishing is one of the best tools for fisheries biologists and conservationists studying anything fishy — the success of freshwater habitat restoration, migration routes, invasive species and more.
Written by Darci Palmquist | May 14th, 2012
Conservation has been working for decades to protect specific species, habitats and places. But will climate change ruin all that work? How do you account for global warming in conservation planning?
Written by Julia Kumari Drapkin | July 19th, 2011
New research indicates the color of our carbon storage matters. Nature Conservancy scientists take a closer look at blue carbon and find it’s looking better than green.