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Tag: Invasive species

Shipwrecks teem with underwater life, from microbes to sharks

Avery Paxton, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Humans have sailed the world’s oceans for thousands of years, but they...

Wild ‘super pigs’ from Canada could become a new front in...

Marcus Lashley, University of Florida They go by many names – pigs, hogs, swine, razorbacks – but whatever you...

Protecting the ocean: 5 essential reads on invasive species, overfishing and...

Jennifer Weeks, The Conversation Humans rely on the ocean for many things, including food, jobs, recreation and stabilization of...

Invasive lionfish have spread south from the Caribbean to Brazil, threatening...

Osmar J. Luiz, Charles Darwin University Brazil’s coastal waters teem with a rich array of species that paint a...

A shortage of native seeds is slowing land restoration across the...

Julia Kuzovkina, University of Connecticut and John Campanelli, University of Connecticut Spring is planting time for home gardeners, landscapers...

Those seeds clinging to your hiking socks may be from invasive...

Megan Dolman, Boise State University With spring settling in across the U.S. and days lengthening, many people are ready...

Once the Callery pear tree was landscapers’ favorite – now states...

Ryan W. McEwan, University of Dayton When people think of spring, they often picture flowers and trees blooming. And...

As climate change and overuse shrink Lake Powell, the emergent landscape...

Daniel Craig McCool, University of Utah As Western states haggle over reducing water use because of declining flows in...

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