Biology

Climate change – yesterday, today, tomorrow

Climate change will heat up summers in Europe more intensely than winters, according to a study of mussel shells from a past warm period......

The ray protector

Photo: Hansi Heckmair An underwater encounter turned Tim Noack into an activist. ...

A master plan for more biodiversity

“The continued extinction of species is like canceling our life insurance every...

Attractive regions

Mighty table mountains, deep gorges, magnificent rock formations: an entire village in Saxon Switzerland has dedicated itself to biotourism. During the day the...

Arctic Ocean: The jellyfish are coming

https://aslopubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/lno.12568 As the oceans warm and sea ice dwindles, jellyfish can spread further...

The rise in CO2 is now faster than ever

Air bubbles in a thin slice from an Antarctic ice core. © Katherine Stelling/Oregon State University ...

Preserving the Harvest: Food Seasoning for Home Canning and Pickling

As the seasons turn, home gardens burgeon with produce, and kitchens become bustling hubs where the harvest is preserved. The art of canning and...

The Benefits of Hiring a Pest Control Company in Canberra

The urban tapestry of Canberra pulsates with the urgent need for pest management, a pressing concern amplified by the burgeoning population and the idiosyncratic...

The Top 5 Brands With The Best THCA Flower Online

Explaining the difference between THC and THCA and discussing which brands have the best THCA flower online. What is THCA? Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, commonly referred to as...

The Wonder of Osmosis: How Cells Maintain Homeostasis

Cells are the fundamental building blocks of life. They come in various shapes and sizes, each with a specific function and purpose. One of...

Report on blue tit epidemic and bird population trends

An infectious disease is troubling the blue tits. (Image: schnuddel/iStock) The participatory campaign "Hour of the Garden Birds" has something good to report this year,...

Discovering the Diverse Range of High-Quality Shisha

Shisha, also known as hookah, has been enjoyed for centuries in various parts of the world. Its rich cultural heritage and social significance make...

CBD Dosage for Dogs: Common Myths and Misconceptions

CBD has become a popular dog supplement due to its potential therapeutic benefits. However, many pet owners still need clarification about the proper dosage...

7 effective DIY remedies for a mould-free home

Mould is a common problem in many homes, particularly in areas that are damp or humid. Mould not only looks unsightly but can also...

Federal ministries: No role model for the energy transition

Building of the Federal Ministry for the Environment and Nature Conservation in Berlin. © BMUV/ Florian Profitable ...

How wildfires damage the ozone layer

Forest fire near Canberra in Australia. © Daniiielc/ iStock Smoke particles from forest fires can trigger chemical reactions in the atmosphere that contribute to the...

Ukraine war endangers freshwater resources

The damaged Irpin Dam and flooding north of Kiev, late February 2022. © Vincent Mundy The ongoing war in Ukraine is also having a variety...

Breakthrough for the protection of international waters

The high seas can be better protected in the future. © katatonia82/ iStock After long, tough negotiations, the United Nations agreed on a high seas...

How whales make sounds

Sound-producing structures in a porpoise's nose© Christian B. Christensen/ Aarhus University Toothed whales, such as dolphins, killer whales and sperm whales, have a diverse repertoire...

Algal blooms are increasing

Phytoplankton blooms in the offshore ocean. © Lian Feng Since 2003, algal blooms have increased in coastal areas around the world. This is shown by...

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