Extinctions could result as fish change foraging behaviour in response to rising temperatures

Fish species respond to temperature increases by going after more readily available prey

 

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(Photo: WT Fiege)

 

Disentangling Nature’s Contributions to International Trade

A new approach to quantify the dependency of international trade and so-called Nature’s contributions to people

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(Picture: Rick Baldwin / Pixabay)

Increasingly similar or different?

Centuries-long analysis suggests biodiversity is differentiating and homogenising to a comparable extent

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(Picture: B. Meritz)

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