We’ve all noticed that vegetation and the size and shape of plants and their leaves changes as we move across different climates, but do these patterns hold true across the globe?
As Charles Darwin noted, the physical differences between individuals of a species are important for their future survival and success (or not).
Science can identify the source of timber and verifying legality. So it should be a simple case to apply the
I’ll be off work for a week or so, and while I’m gone I’d like to leave you with some
It’s still world biodiversity month, and that’s an opportune time to mention a few interesting and little-known facts about biodiversity
August 20th was World Overshoot Day – the estimated day on which the world’s population had used up the planet’s
Think climate change will just mean more days lazing at the beach? Think again – some of your favourite things
Its official: science fact is losing out to a range of fictions in the public arena. A recent survey of
I wrote about one approach to revegetating recently – the suggestion was to clone some of the extremely old trees
Meet Triboniophorus aff. graeffei, a hot pink slug that lives on Mount Kaputar in New South Wales in Australia. It’s