Using humidity-powered technology, researchers found several new ions that facilitate low-energy carbon sequestration.
A breakthrough technique developed by University of Oxford researchers could one day provide tailored repairs for those who suffer brain injuries.
Hot weather reduces workers' productivity -- even if their workplace is air conditioned, new research shows.
Insect populations are widely influenced by weather anomalies, with decreasing numbers observed during unfavorable conditions and a spike in normal periods, according to a new study.
Researchers at Lancaster University Management School (LUMS) are on a quest to bring together experts to predict hurricane activity in the Atlantic Ocean.
Satellite images have confirmed that the world’s oceans have become slightly greener. Scientists suspect climate change is the reason.
UNLV-led team explores relationship between warming post-Ice Age temperatures and intensifying summer monsoon rains on groundwater reserves.
Warming means fewer overall days when prescribed fires can be safely lit, UCLA-led study shows.
Savannas and grasslands in drier climates around the world store more heat-trapping carbon than scientists thought they did and are helping to slow the rate of climate warming, according to a new study.
Along the Asian coastlines there are many areas where rural communities experience alarming rates of sea level rises due to land subsidence up to 10 cm per year.
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