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Scientists study how carbon markets can encourage reforestations that focus on maximizing carbon storage, at the expense of biodiversity conservation.
Study shows that naturally regenerating secondary forests can accumulate some amount of carbon and support many forest species.
Study shows that functional traits in plants that are tied closely to height will experience the most rapid change.
Study shows that losing coastal wetlands due to sea level rise is avoidable with proper coastal management.
Study shows the importance of understanding spatial variation in the structure and stability of plant–pollinator networks.
Study suggests that ingestion of micronizing plastic by sea turtles is a substantial risk to survival of these endangered species.
Scientists study climatically suitable areas for amphibians in the Brazilian hotspots, considering alpha and beta diversity.