Conservation ambitions must be set higher

A full 50% of Earth's surface must remain vegetated if humanity is to meet international goals for maintaining essentials such as food, clean water, and air, according to new research published in Conservation Biology.

Riparian areas could act as climatic refugia for plant diversity

The Lancang River is internationally known for its rich water resources and diverse aquatic ecology, but research on riparian plant biodiversity is sparse. As a tropical transition area in the Mekong Basin, Xishuangbanna ...

How do wild pigs affect riparian systems?

In the U.S., wild pigs are an invasive species and can cause a lot of damage to the ecosystems in which they live. In the September 15th Soils Matter blog, Sara Bolds from Auburn University writes about how wild pigs can ...

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