Climate change and biodiversity loss: A dangerous combination?

Diversity makes us stronger. The diversity of life, biodiversity, is what unites and sustains us as … [Read more...]

What We Don’t Know Can’t Help Us

Let's talk about lasers for a minute. Aside from just being cool, it's difficult to debate the value … [Read more...]

Trading places: How to deal with a conservation quandary

There were two things that always seemed out of place in the parking lot of the Whole Foods in … [Read more...]

Here is where the wild things are

It’s 5:45 am. I need get out of my car and get to work, but I can’t. I’m alone, on a deserted road … [Read more...]

A (Late) Lichen Update!

Not too long ago, I wrote a post about lichens. In that post, I mentioned that lichens are made up … [Read more...]

Hermit Crab Psychology and Other Beach Bucket Discoveries

The beach across from my sister's house in Cape Cod is pretty much perfect. At high tide everyone … [Read more...]

Bigger Than a 3-inch Fish

By now I'm sure you've heard Donald Trump's California rally declaration  "There is no … [Read more...]

Like a Lichen

There's a strange being inhabiting our planet. It's made up of at least two separate organisms, each … [Read more...]

The Nanoscale

Sometimes the biggest marvels we see in nature arise from the smallest unseen … [Read more...]

Where recreation ecologists spend their summer vacation

We enjoy hiking and getting out in nature, but how can we be sure our recreation is not leading to … [Read more...]