Making uniform decisions to justify the decommissioning of offshore artificial structures at the end of their lives could pose significant environmental challenges, a new study has said.
The theory that water-breathing animals such as fish will shrink due to global warming has been called into question by a study published today in eLife.
Fungal networks interconnecting trees in a forest is a key factor that determines the nature of forests and their response to climate change.
A new U of T Scarborough study finds that climate change is causing a commercially significant marine crab to lose its sense of smell, which could partially explain why their populations are thinning.
In the early months of COVID-19, the nightly refrain of people banging pots and pans to drum up support for doctors and nurses on the frontlines of what would become a full-blown pandemic echoed around the world, a familiar sound of gratitude at a time when so much was unknown.
While conducting a study of Petermann Glacier in northwest Greenland, researchers at the University of California, Irvine and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory uncovered a previously unseen way in which the ice and ocean interact.
Microbes play important roles in ecosystems, and these roles are changing with global warming.
As temperatures rise, birds’ bodies are growing smaller, but their wings are growing longer.
Fibre-optic cables line the coasts of the continents and criss-cross the oceans, carrying signals that are the backbone of communication in the modern world.
Popocatépetl is one of Mexico’s most active volcanoes.
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