Scientists at the University of Southampton have discovered that stretching of the continents is likely to have caused one of the most extreme and abrupt episodes of global warming in Earth history.
The oceans are teeming with countless forms of life, from the world’s largest creature – the blue whale – to miniscule microorganisms.
The USDA Agricultural Research Service is leading a project dubbed "Beenome100" to produce high-quality maps of the genomes of at least 100 bee species, capturing the diversity of bees in the United States, representing each of the major bee taxonomic groups in this country.
The ongoing Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) is working to restore the historical flow of the Florida Everglades to bring back the health of the ecosystem, which has seen declines in water quality and habitat loss and degradation.
The location, season and the time of day influence how fast temperatures are rising at Maine wild blueberry fields due to climate change, according to a new University of Maine study.
Wind energy contributes significantly to the energy sector’s sustainable, low-CO2 transformation.
It’s hard to forget the excruciating heat that blanketed the Pacific Northwest in late June 2021.
With climate change rapidly warming the world’s oceans, the future of the Arctic Ocean looks grim.
A growing concern for climate change and sustainable use of natural resources has led to the adoption of alternative forms of energy.
Land managers have invested millions of dollars annually since the 1980s to place large pieces of wood back in streams, owing primarily to its importance for fish habitat.
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