Is 'fear' driving bias in environmental scholarship?

Scientists understand that fear of predation affects animal behavior within landscapes. Now, Yale School of the Environment researchers are using a similar hypothesis—which they are calling "social-ecological landscapes ...

Surveys reveals five patterns in consumer responses to inflation

People are scaling back their spending habits and changing attitudes toward saving and borrowing after a year and a half of high inflation, according to a special report from the University of Michigan's Surveys of Consumers.

Amazon basin tree rings hold a record of the region's rainfall

The Amazon basin contains the world's largest rain forest, famous for its rich biodiversity and importance in the world's oxygen and carbon cycles. It also has an outsized influence on water cycles in South America and beyond. ...

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