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Every flood drives destructive Asian carp further into North American waters

Carp can starve out native fish by eating all their food supplies and taking over breeding grounds

Freshwater species boom in the time of the insect apocalypse

A new study summarizes findings about the fate of insect species across 166 studies and 41 countries

Even vampire bats do social distancing when their friends are sick

New research finds that bats care for their ill family members, but don't socialize as much with their sick friends

When winter no longer comes, what will the North look like?

Less snow and cold could negatively impact maple sugaring, skiing, and other traditions

Wildfires in Canada are burning down forests of mushrooms

Fungal communities are negatively affected by the frequent, intense forest fires that climate change has brought us

It's time to cancel the "manel"

All-male panels don't just lack diversity: they're actively counter-productive to diversifying STEM communities