National Geographic — A mysterious disease has been killing ducks and eagles in Florida’s wetlands, and endangered snail kites may be its next victims.
Slate — Fixing climate change isn’t the only thing we can do to help the reef recover.
Audubon — Saltwater seeping from a nuclear power plant underscores the need to restore the Everglades’ natural water flow.
Audubon — It’s hard to blame the birds for choosing junk food in human cities and landfills over thousand-kilometer flights. But will it hurt them in the long run?
Hakai — Lime juice is a cheap and easy way to exterminate crown-of-thorns starfish.
Audubon — Bigger storms caused by rising seas will flood seabird nests long before their colonies are actually submerged—and albatrosses may be too stubborn to adapt.
Audubon — Colorado’s toxic “yellow river” may look bad, but it’s just a visual manifestation of a larger problem.
Vice Motherboard — Strap a satellite tag onto an elephant seal’s head and — voilà! — you have a living oceanographic instrument.
Vice Motherboard — Sending robots where no human dares to go: Beneath Antarctica’s frozen ice shelves.
Hakai — How will Japan’s new volcanic island turn green?
Nautilus — How Natural Systems Magnify the Effects of Global Warming
Smithsonian — A floating pier installed off Japan led to a four-fold increase in baby jellies, offering a solid link between structures and blooms