A new study reaffirming that global climate change is human-made also found the upper atmosphere is cooling dramatically because of rising CO2 levels.
Approximately 700,000 years ago, a “warm ice age” permanently changed the climate cycles on Earth.
In a study tracking climate-induced changes in the distribution of animals and their effects on ecosystem functions, North Carolina State University researchers show that resident species can continue managing some important ecological processes despite the arrival of newcomers that are similar to them, but resident species’ role in ecosystem functioning changes when the newcomers are more different.
Research done at Willis Tower in Chicago shows that automated insulating window shades can significantly reduce energy consumption, with strong positive response from office users.
After successfully launching the first pair of small satellites earlier this month from New Zealand, NASA and Rocket Lab are now targeting no earlier than 1:30 a.m. EDT Monday, May 22 (5:30 p.m. NZST), to launch the second pair of storm tracking CubeSats into orbit.
A team of researchers at Aalto University has developed a new tool to help urban planners keep urban developments in line with climate goals.
Deadly heat and humidity across India, Bangladesh, Laos, and Thailand in late April was made significantly more likely by climate change, scientists say.
To study ocean currents, scientists release GPS-tagged buoys in the ocean and record their velocities to reconstruct the currents that transport them.
A new study from North Carolina State University finds carrying pollen is a workout that significantly increases the body temperature of bumble bees.
New research led by the University of Oxford has found that climate change is causing the hottest days in North-West Europe to warm at double the rate of average summer days.
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