Using snorkelers and SCUBA divers is not the best way to monitor fish populations, if we want to know the evolutionary effects of overfishing. The fish population in coral reef areas is often assessed by snorkelers or SCUBA divers, but new research shows that these methods may misrepresent the number of fish.
Unseasonal warm temperatures caused by El Niño have a profound effect on the fish populations of coral reefs in the South Pacific, scientists have found. Read Post
The Census Bureau released its latest population estimates for cities and towns across the country on Thursday. As of July 1, 2013, Charlotte is estimated to have a population of 775,202, up 5.4 percent from the population of 735,78... Read Post