Understanding species-specific responses to different anthropogenic stressors can help set conservation priorities.
If we want people's wellbeing to benefit from spending time in nature, then we need high-quality biodiverse spaces.
Indirect effects of the conflict were often worse than direct effects in a simulation.
Giraffes living near the peripheries of the protected areas are the most vulnerable during heavy short rains.
Creative interventions like this can help reduce incidents of the potentially deadly disease.
"It is quite surprising how finely sensitive plants cells are," a scientist says.