Sediments flowing into the bay from the Río Cauto have built up an impressive delta and even helped bury a reef.
Linear features in the Kulunda region of southwestern Russia look as if a large claw has scraped the land surface.
In Peru, a landslide damaged farmland and stopped the flow of an important local river.
In a study of New York state apple orchards, Cornell plant pathologists have identified a new fungal pathogen that causes bitter rot disease in apples.
Deserts of the U.S. Southwest are extreme habitats for most plants, but, remarkably, microscopic green algae live there that are extraordinarily tolerant of dehydration.
Columbia engineers demonstrate that, as temperatures rise, northern high latitude regions will not become more conducive to vegetation growth—light is still essential to end of season photosynthesis
Palm trees are more than five times more numerous in tropical forests in the Americas than in comparable Asian and African forests, a new study shows.
National and regional policies aimed at addressing pollution fueled by nitrogen lag behind scientific knowledge of the problem, finds a new analysis by an international team of researchers.
New research provides the first direct evidence for the Gulf Stream blender effect, identifying a new mechanism of mixing water across the swift-moving current.
Searching for food at night can be tricky.
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