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The green monster in Central Park

The green monster in Central Park

New York City wants to try a new strategy to fight pond scum

By | Posted November 11, 2016

A wild bee in the big city

A wild bee in the big city

Honey bees aren’t the only pollinators in town — or even the best ones

By | Posted October 24, 2016

Fishing for DNA

Fishing for DNA

A genetic technique offers new perspective on life in New York City’s rivers

By | Posted August 1, 2016

The original ant farms

The original ant farms

The remarkable leafcutter ant is spurring some wild ideas about agriculture, medicine and the nature of ecosystems

By | Posted July 6, 2016

Natural gas versus natural beauty

Natural gas versus natural beauty

An Appalachian battle rages over a pipeline route through sensitive salamander habitats

By | Posted May 2, 2016

How does ecological succession work?

How does ecological succession work?

Juniper trees can change an entire landscape

By | Posted April 25, 2016

Protecting wildlife in the thick of it

Protecting wildlife in the thick of it

$100 million refuge proposed to shelter iconic rabbits and other thicket species

By | Posted April 18, 2016

Mountains, prairies ... and oil wells

Mountains, prairies … and oil wells

Environmentalists worry new rules on oil and gas wells in parks still aren’t tough enough

By | Posted January 23, 2016

Allele vs. Predator

Allele vs. Predator

Minor gene changes have major consequences for an ecosystem

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A new paradigm for renewable energy

A new paradigm for renewable energy

Scotland and Ireland commit to a clean energy future together

By | Posted January 17, 2016

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