A new University of Michigan study that used fossil oyster shells as paleothermometers found the shallow sea that covered much of western North America 95 million years ago was as warm as today’s tropics.
The world added a record 295 gigawatts of renewable power in 2021 and is on pace to surpass that amount in 2022, according to a new analysis from the International Energy Agency.
Ancient moa DNA has provided insights into how species react to climate change, a University of Otago study has found.
Changes in both the distribution and size of the pine beauty moth population are linked to higher temperatures, a new study from the University of Eastern Finland shows.
Genes contain all the instructions an organism needs to live, grow, and reproduce.
Much of what scientists think about soil metabolism may be wrong.
A new study from McGill University finds higher incidence of lung cancer and brain tumors in people exposed to wildfires.
According to estimates, by 2040 the level of plastic pollution could reach 80 million metric tons per year.
Scientists investigating the underside of the world’s largest ice sheet in East Antarctica have discovered a city-size lake whose sediments might contain a history of the ice sheet since its earliest beginnings.
Global warming can result in the spread of peatland vegetation in the Arctic.
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