Scottish American naturalist John Muir once said that “between every two pines, there is a doorway to a new world.”
A new $1-million gift from the Gosling Foundation will enable the University of Guelph to continue conserving valuable and endangered plant species threatened by climate change, disease and loss of biodiversity in Canada and worldwide.
When undular bores ripple through the atmosphere, they leave remarkable patterns in the clouds.
Australia’s Shark Bay contains the largest beds of seagrasses in the world, as well as some of the oldest lifeforms on Earth.
New study validates accuracy in predicting the first wave, but weakness in forecasting ‘trailing’ waves.
International climate research project marked by scientific surprises, logistical challenges.
Typhoon Chan-hom was still moving parallel to Japan’s east coast as NASA’s satellite rainfall product, that incorporates data from satellites and observations, showed its heaviest rainfall was pushed northeast of center.
Meltwater lakes that form at glacier margins cause ice to recede much further and faster compared to glaciers that terminate on land, according to a new study.
NASA’s satellite rainfall product that incorporates data from satellites and observations found that Hurricane Delta was bringing along heavy rainfall as it headed to the U.S. Gulf Coast on Oct. 9.
The increased temperature and acidification of our oceans over the next century have been argued to cause significant physical changes in an economically important marine species.
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