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Extinctions could result as fish change foraging behavior in response to rising temperatures Fish species respond to temperature increases by going after more readily available prey. Models suggest this behavior could lead to more extinctions.
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Study finds drought fuels invasive species after wildfires Scientists uncover the intricate dance between drought, wildfires and invasive species in Southern California's coastal sage scrub ecosystems.
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Guoming Qin: Unlocking the Secrets of Soil Carbon Storage in Mangrove Ecosystems  In this post, Guoming Qin—a postdoc at the South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences—share his recently published paper: “Contributions of Plant- and Microbial-Derived Residues to Mangrove Soil Carbon Stocks: Implications for Blue Carbon Sequestration”. He underscores the importance of this research in advancing our understanding of carbon accumulation in mangrove ecosystems, shares his initial experiences with mangrove sampling, and expresses gratitude to his …
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'The future is fungal': New research finds that fungi that live in healthy plants are sensitive to climate change Findings more than a decade in the making reveal a rich diversity of beneficial fungi living in boreal forest trees, with implications for the health of forests.
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Side effects of wide scale forestation could reduce carbon removal benefits by up to a third The side effects of large-scale forestation initiatives could reduce the CO2 removal benefits by up to a third, a pioneering study has found.
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