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Published: 10/17/2018

Southern resident orcas that frequent Puget Sound may not survive without breaching the Lower Snake River dams to help the salmon the orcas live on, scientists say....Read more

Published: 10/11/2018

When Abigail Swann started her career in the mid-2000s, she was one of just a handful of scientists exploring a potentially radical notion: that the green...Read more

Published: 10/09/2018

Travel is usually a major part of Pablo García Borboroglu‘s life. As a...Read more

Published: 10/08/2018

Originally published by Crosscut.

Climate change could spell double trouble for national parks: ...Read more

Published: 10/04/2018

Most hikers on the Reflection Lakes trail have their cameras pointed at Mount Rainier; Karen Omahen Murante, however, had her back to the imposing mountain. Instead, she examined a patch...Read more

Published: 10/04/2018

The oft-repeated mantra that correlation does not imply causation is not always effective. The media, the general public, and even scientists themselves, are often guilty of seeing cause-and-effect when there...Read more

Published: 10/01/2018

Plant scientists have observed that when levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere rise, most plants do something unusual: They thicken their leaves.

But the consequences of...Read more

Published: 09/24/2018

For angiosperms — or flowering plants — one of the most important decisions facing them each year is when to flower. It is no trivial undertaking. To flower, they must...Read more

Published: 09/19/2018

The international trade in elephant ivory has been illegal since 1989, yet African elephant numbers continue to decline. In 2016, the International Union for Conservation of Nature...Read more