Previous estimates of how quickly polystyrene breaks down were based on a different set of assumptions.
Newly understood factors make ice shelves more vulnerable to breakup.
Satellite imagery shows seasonal changes along world's 10th-longest river.
New research from Point Blue Conservation Science shows the significant negative impact that invasive, non-native house mice on the Farallon Islands are having to the threatened ashy storm-petrel.
Imagine the surprise and excitement of finding a sea turtle nest hatching under your beach blanket during your island vacation.
With help from rebounding West Coast rockfish, Giuseppe “Joe” Pennisi has put the fisherman back in San Francisco’s famed Fisherman’s Wharf.
The U.S. Geological Survey today unveiled a new web-based interactive map that marks an important step toward mapping areas that could be at higher risk for future landslides
Four-leaved clovers may or may not bring good luck. What’s indisputable is that all white clovers, whether with three or four leaves, have many benefits.
Identifying how groups of animals select where to live is important for understanding social dynamics and for management and conservation.
The surface of Earth is constantly changing and evolving. Coastal barrier islands demonstrate such change faster than almost any other landscape.
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