Each month Earthwatch focuses on a chosen research area or destination to bring you highlights of our research expeditions, country fact files and other useful facts and tips:
For thirteen years, Earthwatch scientists have been studying the complex relationships of meerkat society in the Kuruman River Reserve in South Africa. Helen Walters reports on their successes.
Earthwatch volunteers help to unearth remains spanning almost 2,000 years.
Earthwatch scientists in Belize are attempting to prove to local communities and to the world that to survive, shark populations are in dire need of comprehensive networks of protected areas. Sophie Thompson reports on their exciting research.
Earthwatch scientists and volunteers in the Americas are making their mark by documenting how climate affects the interactions that exist between different animal and plant species. Danielle Parks reports.
Many species of birds have declined in recent years and Earthwatch scientists in Wyoming, USA, are making links between levels of human development and the decline of songbird populations. Sophie Thompson reports on their findings to date.
Earthwatch archaeologists uncover clues about the origins of a Roman villa in ancient Italy. Sophie Thompson reports.
Scientists investigate a dramatic increase in grey whales’ prey. Ellie Gilvin reports.
Earthwatch teams in Canada are on a quest to find out more about the impacts of climate change. Ellie Gilvin reports.
There's more to volcanoes than eruptions and flowing lava. Helen Walters reports on how Earthwatch scientists in Nicaragua are monitoring the long-term effects of the Masaya volcano.
Earthwatch scientists and volunteers in and around New York have been uncovering the city's lesser known inhabitants. Helen Walters reports.
Aina Pascual Cuadras reports on how an Earthwatch project in one of the world's most exceptional biodiversity hotspots is testing innovative research techniques to protect species within and between protected areas.
An Earthwatch project in Belize is investigating how Marine Protected Areas can benefit both fisheries and conservation. Aina Pascual Cuadras reports.