It was only the beginning of March, but the pollen count Naresh Kumar measured with one of his aerosol samplers came in at more than 1,500 grains per cubic meter of air.
Temperature influences how badly pesticides affect bees' behaviour, suggesting uncertain impacts under climate change, according to a new study.
Fewer parasites in US waters may appear to many to be a positive factor. However, Kennesaw State University biologist believes the trend indicates a potential threat to fish and other wildlife.
A West Virginia University expert is offering insights on the effects lingering winter weather and fluctuating temperatures could have on trees, shrubs and flowers heading into the official start of spring on Monday, March 20.
Bald eagles in northwestern Washington state have now become a blessing to dairy farmers, curbing pests and eliminating animal carcasses from their farms as they seek out new foods as climate change has modified their normal diet of salmon carcasses, according to a new study.
Brazil must maintain and restore its dry forests and savannas to meet its climate goals, says recent research.
Insect sexual communication relies to a significant extent on pheromones, chemical attractants that specifically allow males and females of a species to mate.
From 1980 to 2009, farmers faced an ever-increasing chance of having to deal with a growing season that was too hot and dry for their crops, according to a new study from an international team led by researchers at Aalto University.
Carbon cycling through the environment is an important part of life on Earth.
Plastic films are among the most significant sources of terrestrial microplastics (MPs), forming unique microbial niches in soils known as plastispheres.