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 | 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 Matt Miller | June 12th, 2012
Wind and solar offer the promise of a clean energy future. But can these renewables be developed without threatening wildlife and native habitats?
Written by Matt Miller | June 6th, 2012
We sat down with Dr. Kareiva to discuss his new paper published in the journal Nature, and the hope he sees in the daunting task of “rescaling civilization.”
Written by Mike Sweeney | May 8th, 2012
The consequences of foodborne illness can be devastating, and we need to deal with the problem. A smart, science-based approach can help us make sure our response actually addresses the sources of risk.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 28th, 2011
Learn how ecotourism is behind one of the most important marine conservation achievements in Indonesia.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 27th, 2011
Raja Ampat is home to more than 550 species of coral. It’s a wonder to behold — but a hassle to catalog. Learn how the team is tackling a Herculean task.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 23rd, 2011
Meet the expedition’s Community Monitoring Assistants, learn about their past careers and join the search for underwater invertebrates.
Written by Joanne Wilson | November 22nd, 2011
The expedition team has been encountering some exotic species. Join them as they examine a gigantic fish ball!