Amphibians have one more thing to worry about - mercury - large USGS study shows
WARC scientists co-author recent publication assessing the presence of methylmercury in adult amphibians in the U.S.
USGS Scientists Explore Mesophotic and Deep Benthic Communities in the Gulf of Mexico
New Map Demonstrates Hurricane Ian’s Potential Spread of Non-native Aquatic Species
USGS has released the final Flood and Storm Tracker (FaST) map for Hurricane Ian.
Rapidly changing range limits in a warming world
New study from USGS, Northeastern University reports on mangrove range dynamics in the Southeast U.S.
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