s the global climate change conversation intensifies and nations look to minimize environmental impacts in their own backyards, nature-based solutions are garnering new levels of interest.
When geologist Elizabeth Miller started mapping a fault system in Death Valley, she questioned the origin of some sedimentary rocks previously assumed to be locally derived.
A team of scientists has identified an additional force that likely contributed to a mass extinction event 250 million years ago.
Rocks on Mars may contain numerous types of non-biological deposits that look similar to the kinds of fossils likely to be found if the planet ever supported life, a study says.
New research shows that improved air quality caused by reducing emissions from burning fossil fuels and other sources could improve human health and prevent economic losses.
Texas A&M scientist has found that late season storms to have greater potential for intensifying than early season storms.
Researchers call for updating impact of greenhouse gas that remains top threat to the ozone layer
New research from The University of Texas at Austin could change the way scientists think about potential damage from earthquakes.
Study of a perky little bird suggests there may be far more avian species in the tropics than those identified so far.
Tiny marine plants called phytoplankton are the foundation of most food webs in the ocean, and their productivity drives commercial fisheries, carbon sequestration, and healthy marine ecosystems.
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