Kelvin waves, a potential precursor of El Niño conditions in the ocean, are rolling across the equatorial Pacific toward the coast of South America.
Last month added to the planet’s warm year so far, as April 2023 ranked as the world’s fourth-warmest April on record.
An interdisciplinary team in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences — in an initiative aimed at better understanding the implications of climate change for animal and plant life and agricultural systems — is focusing on an emerging field of study called landscape transcriptomics.
The discovery could expand scientific understanding of fire histories to arid regions around the world.
Students in Sweden are positive towards AI tools such as ChatGPT in education, but 62 percent believe that using chatbots during exams is cheating.
A University of Queensland study has found humpback whales sing louder when the wind is noisy, but don’t have the same reaction to boat engines.
Between approximately 450 BCE and 950 CE, millions of Amerindian people living in today’s Amazonia transformed the originally poor soil through various processes.
Protecting lions and the interests of cattle producers in Kenya is a difficult balancing act.
A new test revealed that FDA-approved antibiotics — available at your neighborhood pharmacy — can effectively treat superbugs.
Surveying the body sizes of Earth’s living organisms, researchers from McGill University and University of British Columbia found that the planet’s biomass – the material that makes up all living organisms – is concentrated in organisms at either end of the size spectrum.
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