Dolphins are now frequent visitors to the Shrewsbury and Navesink Rivers in New Jersey, indicating a healthier environment.
Scientists and the public can access a comprehensive collection of standardized contaminant data from the Great Lakes to inform decisions and track the progress of restoration activities.
Oxygen levels in the ancient oceans were surprisingly resilient to climate change, new research suggests.
When the Thomas Fire raged through Ventura and Santa Barbara counties in December 2017, Danielle Touma, at the time an earth science researcher at Stanford, was stunned by its severity.
If you asked people which group of animals is the most abundant on earth, hardly anyone would know the right answer.
Posidonia oceanica seagrass –an endemic marine phanerogam with an important ecological role in the marine environment- can take and remove plastic materials that have been left at the sea, according to a study published in the journal Scientific Reports.
The first COVID-19 lockdowns led to significant changes in urban air pollution levels in major cities around the world, but the changes were smaller than expected – a new study reveals.
With the impact of climate change increasing by the day, scientists are studying the ways in which human behavior contributes to the damage.
Wetland methane cycling increased during a rapid global warming event 56 million years ago and could foreshadow changes the methane cycle will experience in the future, according to new research led by the University of Bristol.
New analyses reveal how over 60 years a critical marine species has responded to ocean acidification
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