News - 27 Jul 2023
About 15 years ago, researchers reported that the timing of spring in high-Arctic Greenland had advanced at some of the fastest rates of change ever seen anywhere in the world. But, according to new...
News - 11 Jul 2023
The Milner Centre for Evolution at the University of Bath has discovered that global climate cooling appears to be the key driving factor in the diversity of terrestrial orchid species.
News - 5 Jun 2023
The world is getting hotter, causing shifts in seasonal patterns and increasing the amount of extreme weather such as severe droughts and heat waves, which can affect crop yields and food supplies. A...
News - 26 May 2023
Climate change is subjecting plants to rapid shifts in temperature and precipitation, pushing them into new ranges and stressing them in old ones.
Trees may have an easier time adapting in both cases...
News - 2 May 2023
Reports indicate that pollen patterns, magnitude and flowering timing are changing with the earth's temperature rise
Human-caused climate change is exacerbating pollen seasons, asthma and even...
News - 23 Mar 2023
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.
“Extremely high for...
News - 20 Mar 2023
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...
News - 16 Mar 2023
Insect sexual communication relies to a significant extent on pheromones, chemical attractants that specifically allow males and females of a species to mate. Sex pheromones are distinctive to males...
News - 1 Mar 2023
In early spring, a walk through an old-growth forest will dazzle people with wildflowers, their jewel-like tones shining from the forest floor.
Carmela Buono, a PhD candidate in biological...
News - 1 Mar 2023
More mild winters with erratic changes in temperature, such as the one we're experiencing, could have damaging effects on both grape and apple crops across New York state.