Could plumes of smoke from the Black Summer of fire have cooled regions of the Pacific and triggered a La Niña?
Human-caused greenhouse gas emissions mean strong El Niño and La Niña events are occurring more often, according to our new research, which provides important new evidence of the human fingerprint on Earth’s climate.
In recent decades, scientists have produced countless studies on the effects of one environmental factor or another — climate change, deforestation or pollution, for example — on wildlife and habitats around the world.
Searches for sustainable bioenergy and climate change solutions may be one in the same, according to a West Virginia University researcher.
Researchers have developed a solar-powered technology that converts carbon dioxide and water into liquid fuels that can be added directly to a car’s engine as drop-in fuel.
Scientists have discovered the cause of giant underwater landslides in Antarctica which they believe could have generated tsunami waves that stretched across the Southern Ocean.
New University of Colorado Boulder research shows the number of farms globally will shrink in half as the size of the average existing farms doubles by the end of the 21st century, posing significant risks to the world’s food systems.
For more than a decade, astronomers have been trying to get a closer look at GJ 1214b, an exoplanet 40 light-years away from Earth.
Astronomers have discovered an Earth-size exoplanet, or world beyond our solar system, that may be carpeted with volcanoes.
A springtime heatwave has made large swaths of western North America feel like the dog days of summer.
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