Black carbon is the most dangerous air pollutant you’ve never heard of.
In a new study, researchers have developed a method for capturing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, powered by clean and relatively inexpensive geothermal energy.
Every day, new areas of rainforests are converted into plantations, drastically changing tropical biodiversity and the way the ecosystem functions.
Biologists find no link between fish size and gill surface area—study suggests that models underlying some projections of future fisheries yields need to be reconsidered.
Rice feeds the world. But a look-alike weed has many ways of getting ahead.
When clouds meet clear skies, cloud droplets evaporate as they mix with dry air.
Salt crusts began forming long after Lake Bonneville disappeared, according to new U research that relied on pollen to date playa in western Utah.
Among the vast expanse of Antarctica lies the Thwaites Glacier, the world’s widest glacier measuring about 80 miles on the western edge of the continent.
As climate changes, temperature isn’t the only factor to influence the spread of infectious diseases.
Abigail Lewis traveled all across the United States for college and graduate school, and she ended up researching lakes in her own hometown.
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