Researchers harness 35 years of data to uncover responses of a high-elevation reservoir to a warming world.
Deploying a new technique for the first time in the region, geoscientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have reconstructed the longest and highest-resolution climate record for the Northeastern United States.
Intense effort underway to find culprit behind rapid disease spread.
Tropical forests are one of the largest natural sources of the greenhouse gas nitrous oxide (N2O), and a tiny insect may play a big role in how those emissions are spread out across the landscape.
Scientists have found a way to boost crop growth by as much as 40 percent by fixing a glitch in the photosynthesis process, according to a new study published in the journal Science. With current techniques to improve yields largely optimized — including using more pesticides, fertilizers, and irrigation — the scientists argue that the new findings offer a breakthrough way for farmers to feed more people on less land.
James Cook University scientists have found that trees change their anatomy in response to prolonged drought.
It takes six months to get really good at accurately gauging the age of yelloweye rockfish.
A team of Nottingham scientists is using drones to survey woody climbing plants and better understand how they may affect the carbon balance of tropical rainforests.
Every bus used for public transportation in California will be a zero emissions vehicle by 2040 as the result of a new initiative approved this week by the Air Resources Board.
A unique collaboration between University of Toronto aviation expert Philippe Lavoie and zoologists at the University of British Columbia offers new insights into how gulls shape their wings – findings that could be used to design more efficient drones.
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