Imagine if France, Germany, and Spain were completely blanketed in forests — and then all those trees were quickly chopped down.
The bright lights of big cities could be causing an evolutionary adaptation for smaller eyes in some birds, a new study indicates.
While summer monsoons are well researched and understood, there is currently very limited understanding of winter monsoons – especially of how they have changed during periods when there has been no data available from weather stations.
The Amazon river basin is known for its immense and lush tropical forests, so one might assume that the Amazon’s land is equally rich.
On her morning walk to school, a high schooler notices a patch of greenery in her neighbor’s yard.
This September, after traveling billions of miles through our solar system, NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft will cruise past Earth with an extraordinary delivery.
The international Surface Water and Ocean Topography mission is able to measure ocean features, like El Niño, closer to a coastline than previous space-based missions.
In the summer of 2022, one of Tyrol's largest glaciers experienced its most significant loss of mass on record.
A researcher at West Virginia University is unearthing what facilitates the robust growth of Miscanthus grass, a bioenergy crop that grows well on reclaimed Appalachian mine lands and holds the potential to produce fuel and capture carbon dioxide.
Though human-made ponds both sequester and release greenhouse gases, when added up, they may be net emitters, according to two related studies by Cornell researchers.
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