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How migrating songbirds help scientists save local ecosystems

Whether they’re staying for the summer or passing through, birds are helping researchers to study the environment and restore avian habitats.
A focus on soil quality as the climate changes

A focus on soil quality as the climate changes

With rising temperatures and longer hot seasons, what do North Carolina farmers need to do to keep their soil – and the foods grown in it – healthy?

Cities that have hosted the Winter Olympics have experienced severe warming, analysis finds

Cities that have hosted the Winter Olympics have experienced severe warming, analysis finds

Cities that have hosted the Winter Olympics are seeing rapidly warming temperatures and diminishing snowfall.

Forests vs. climate change: Researchers race to understand what drought means for the world's trees
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Forests vs. climate change: Researchers race to understand what drought means for the world's trees

We’re already seeing signs of accelerated forest mortality around the world. And it’s not just arid regions that may see forest die-offs, new research finds.
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Warming waters are altering marine life abundance
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Warming waters are altering marine life abundance

As the world's oceans have warmed by one degree Celsius since pre-industrial times, there has been a pervasive shift in abundance of marine life, from plankton and fish to mammals, seabirds and macroalgae.

Spring is here, but is nature in sync?
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Spring is here, but is nature in sync?

Researchers are collecting local plants and using Henry David Thoreau’s “Walden,” and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History's collection for clues.
California had its driest February on record. Here's how bad it was
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California had its driest February on record. Here's how bad it was

Parts of the state received no rainfall at all last month and the number of wildfire calls were above average as well.
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