The American pika could face local extinction in some national parks due to climate change, a new report says.
Two years ago, Dr. Leigh Torres (OSU) documented 50 blue whales in the South Taranaki Bight, some of New Zealand’s busiest and most industrialized waters.
The American pika may actually fare well in warmer temperatures brought on by climate change, according to a new study from Oregon State University.
A team of international researchers funded by National Geographic are studying the pygmy blue whale foraging ground 40km north of Farewell Spit.
Researchers studied the large-scale impact of wildlife extinctions induced by over-hunting on carbon storage right across the Amazon.