A new study led by scientists at the University of Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science revealed that the locations and timing of tiger shark movement in the western North Atlantic Ocean have changed from rising ocean temperatures.
Near the Filchner Ice Shelf in the south of the Antarctic Weddell Sea, a research team has found the world's largest fish breeding area known to date.
Predator species may buffer the negative impacts of climate change by mitigating against the loss of biodiversity, according to new research led by scientists in Trinity College Dublin and Hokkaido University.
Permafrost has a central role in the sustainable development of the Arctic region.
Economic growth goes down when the number of wet days and days with extreme rainfall go up, a team of Potsdam scientists finds.
Florida State University researchers have new insight into the complicated puzzle of environmental conditions that characterized the Late Ordovician Mass Extinction (LOME), which killed about 85% of the species in the ocean.
Clouds have significant impact on the energy balance of the Earth system.
Permafrost researchers analyse the drivers of rapidly changing Arctic coasts and the implications for humans and environment
The world's oceans are hotter than ever before, continuing their record-breaking temperature streak for the sixth straight year.
A sign hanging above the door of a giant open-top glass chamber in a remote part of Minnesota’s Marcell Experimental Forest explains why so many scientists from around the world have worked hard to get a piece of this boreal woodland.
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