Reshuffled Rivers Bolster the Amazon’s Hyper-Biodiversity

Reshuffled Rivers Bolster the Amazon’s Hyper-Biodiversity

The relationship between geographic change and biodiversity is “one of the most contentious topics in evolutionary biology,” said Musher, who did the study as part of his doctoral work.

Fossil Pollen Reveals the African Origins of Asia’s Tropical Forests

Fossil Pollen Reveals the African Origins of Asia’s Tropical Forests

New research from Indian scientists has uncovered that the dipterocarp family evolved in Africa and migrated to Southeast Asia via the Indian subcontinent, surviving asteroid impacts and volcanic eruptions along the way.

Like to Eat? Then You Should Care About Biodiversity

Like to Eat? Then You Should Care About Biodiversity

Through the implementation of healthy agricultural systems in Colombia, The Nature Conservancy and partners are demonstrating that biodiversity can increase ecosystem’s productivity and its long-term growth.