Much like other ecosystems, coral reefs are comprised of complex flora and fauna that contribute to the creation and structure of the reef.
A compilation of research finds that mountain streams aren't as pristine as once believed but biodiversity still persists.
Offshore oil rigs that have reached the end of their lifetime may serve a purpose to the very ecosystems they threatened.
Traditional aging techniques for Baltic Sea cod require observing otolith bones, but hypoxic conditions are making estimates less precise.
The Columbia and Snake Rivers have become too hot to support sockeye salmon, and the species has suffered many causalities in the climate crisis.
The effects of climate change are changing the distributions of fish stocks around the world, according to research led by Rutgers University.
Increasing light pollution and the invasion of predatory fish like walleye or pikes have made Lake Washington less hospitable for sockeye salmon. Some conservationists believe that replenishing sockeye in the lake is an impossible task. Unfortunately, increasing...
As climate change's effects on rain and temperature shifts the ranges of fish and other wildlife, it appears that Wisconsin's walleye are safe from the effect. Past studies have found marine and freshwater fish moving out of...
In an interview with Fred Puckle Hobbs, he shares details of how blockchain technology will lead to future developments in seaweed farming.
Thanks to monitoring systems at aquaculture sites, scientists can track changes in HAB development and make informed management decisions.