Copepods, the world's most common animal, release unique substances into the oceans
Tiny floating organisms play a role in removing carbon dioxide from oceans and the atmosphere
Such disturbances in energy transfer can potentially lead to a decrease in food availability for top predators, which in turn, can lead to negative impacts for many marine species within these food webs
Research team finds the answer in ancient sedimentary rocks from central Australia
Research maps the loss of stream habitat for many small fish in the Great Plains region and attributes it to declining groundwater sources.