Explosive eruptions from the Caribbean volcano have flung ash and sulfate particles to the stratosphere.
There is a clear trend towards earlier snowmelt at elevations between 1,000 and 2,500 meters.
The sudden, highly abundant presence of microplastics in the samples that came as a surprise.
Collaborative research of the University of Jyväskylä and Natural Research Institute Finland (Luke) presents new evidence of the effects of enriched rearing on well-being of aquaculture fishes.
One of the most comprehensive pictures of our changing planet is now available to the public.
After an unusually dry winter, forest fires have raged throughout the mountainous country.
Massive Australian bushfires likely contributed to the large and persistent ozone hole in 2020.
UCI graduate students, researchers traveled the world to chart major ocean regions.
Explosive activity has propelled ash and gas high into the air over the Caribbean islands of Saint Vincent and Barbados.
UC Santa Barbara professor guides researchers as they replicate his fieldwork 50 years later.
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