The rising and falling of the sea is a phenomenon upon which we can always depend.
A new study found that the abundance of these floating plants has increased due to urbanization.
Earth-observing instruments on satellites and aircraft are mapping the current fires, providing data products to agencies on the ground that are responding to the emergency.
Colorado State University is one of 14 universities from around the globe that have collectively been awarded $12.5 million by the National Science Foundation to launch a new Biology Integration Institute called EMERGE.
Just as a pastry chef needs all the ingredients to successfully make a cake, storms like Laura need favorable conditions to be able to form and rapidly intensify.
A virus affecting wood frog tadpoles throughout the eastern United States is offering scientists a rare opportunity to investigate the role of environmental factors in the spread of infectious disease.
Sheep farmers would no longer need government subsidies if they allowed land to return to forest, University of Sheffield research finds.
The populations of common animals are just as likely to rise or fall in number in a time of accelerating global change as those of rare species, a study suggests.
In a world-first, the extent of human development in oceans has been mapped.
An international team of scientists has succeeded in using the signature whistles of individual bottlenose dolphins off the coast of Namibia to estimate the size of the population and track their movement.
Page 12 of 1015
ENN Daily Newsletter
ENN Weekly Newsletter