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View Resource Sheep (Ovis aries) graze on a ridge at sunset in front of the Qilian Mountain Range in the northeastern region of the Tibetan Plateau.

Sheep graze on a ridge at sunset in front of the Qilian Mountain Range in the northeastern region of the Tibetan Plateau. A recent study investigated the effects of experimental warming and simulated...

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View Resource Subalpine hay meadows in Villar d’Arčne, France.

Land use change is a major driver for environmental change. In Europe, many ecosystems that have historically been managed, such as grasslands, steppes, and heathlands, are undergoing complex changes...

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View Resource The bandcheek wrasse (Oxycheilinus digramma), a widespread predator of invertebrates in coral reefs in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

The bandcheek wrasse (Oxycheilinus digramma) is a widespread predator of invertebrates and part of a diverse assemblage of wrasses found in coral reefs in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Understanding...

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View Resource What Are the Ecological Impacts of Plant Biotechnology?

Biotechnology is viewed by many scientists and the public as a solution to a potential food supply crisis in the coming decades; however, debates about the use, ethics, and the effectiveness of...

View Resource What does agriculture have to do with climate change?

This Issue describes how agriculture provides important ecosystem services in the forms of food and fiber, but can also convey many disservices to agroecosystems themselves and to the ecosystems...

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