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As experts gather in London for a major conference addressing the often overlooked threat of invasive species to biodiversity, Carrie Madren gets a briefing from those on the frontline in the battle against 'pest plants'...
GR: I reached the same conclusion about invasive plants, but as the symptoms of global warming grow stronger, I am shifting my central focus to another lost cause--leaving fossil fuels in the ground. The photo shows a barren area carpeted by invasive plants. Ninety percent of the native shrubs are gone.
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Coal burning for electricity generation is the leader.
The BP oil spill was gushing in late May 2010 when LSU graduate student Xuan Chen found himself on an Alabama beach collecting acrobat ants. Chen was one in an army of scientists probing an urgent public question: Was the spill destroying the...
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service blocks independent research into BP spill impact. Can someone tell us what this means?
Researchers say it appears just three wolves remain on Isle Royale, down from nine a year ago and the fewest reported on the Lake Superior island since scientists started studying the population nearly 60 years ago.
Michigan Technological University scientists released the results of their 57th ...