People along the desert’s border are building a kind of circular plot called a tolou keur to keep the soil fertile and to slow desertification.
A phlegmy film is coating the coast around Istanbul—and warmer water could be to blame.
The tiny jellies, which arrived sometime after Henry David Thoreau, are an example of how a non-native species can coexist peacefully with its new environment.
More than a year into the pandemic, scientists and environmentalists have the first data on where disposable gloves and masks are turning up in ecosystems.
Moss balls sold for aquariums can hide Zebra mussels, invasive mollusks that quickly overtake waterways. The US government would like you to kill them, please.