Ergot, a harmful fungal toxin in grain, is an increasing problem for the health of Canadian cows and quality of crops.
Paul Samycia was in a boat floating on British Columbia’s Elk River when he reeled in a strange-looking trout.
A global team of researchers, including Dr. Brad deYoung from Memorial University, is hoping to bring the world together in a co-ordinated effort to observe the Atlantic Ocean.
Cities to swelter as planners face unenviable trade-off between tackling climate change and quality of life, new research has shown.
Floodwaters lapping at front windows, charred buildings in the wake of a wildfire, homes damaged or demolished by heavy winds; the images are by now distressingly familiar.
Many insect pollinator species are disappearing from areas of Great Britain, a new study has found.
When the Arctic warmed after the ice age 10,000 years ago, it created perfect conditions for drought.
As air quality improves, the invisible chemistry happening in the air around us is changing.
How can we save the oceans? They cover two-thirds of the planet, but none are safe from fishing fleets, minerals prospectors, or the insidious influences of global warming and ocean acidification.
Last year, Gizmodo ran a story reporting on evidence that microplastics – plastic fragments less than five millimeters size (roughly a quarter inch) – are moving through the marine food web to top predators.
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