Experts hope that with the incoming Biden administration, the federal government will finally regulate a class of chemicals known as PFASs
More than 40 of the birds, in coalitions of three or four, may fight for days over oak trees in which to store their acorns.
Many vital public institutions such as hospitals and fire stations lack cybersecurity to ward off popular malware
Old, big trees are dying faster than in the past, leaving younger, less biodiverse forests that store less carbon worldwide.
Three-dimensional printed coral-like structures were able to support the algae that live in real corals, which could help restore reefs and grow algae for bioenergy production.
An ice-core analysis reveals the chemicals that replaced ozone-depleting substances are leading to an increase of nondegradable compounds in the environment
Introducing herds of large herbivores in the Arctic would disturb surface snow, allowing cold air to reach the ground and keep the permafrost frosty.
Ocean plastic gets covered with algae and other marine organisms, making it smell delicious to sea turtles—with potentially deadly results.
A U.S. agency is funding projects to help create a bioenergy industry based on macroalgae
As oceans heat up, the ubiquitous noise of snapping shrimp should increase, posing issues for other species and human seagoing ventures.
A new view of the frozen continent could improve predictions for sea-level rise
Soil bacteria may have taken residence in early algal species, gifting the algae with the ability to withstand drier conditions on land. Annie Sneed reports.
While some hydropower facilities release almost no greenhouse gases, others can actually be worse than burning fossil fuels.
A major U.N.-backed report says that nature on indigenous peoples’ lands is degrading less quickly than in other areas
The large, disk-shaped Dickinsonia roamed in search of food 550 million years ago
Lava flow records and sedimentary and Antarctic ice core data show evidence of planetary magnetic field activity 20,000 years before the beginning of the last pole reversal.
A new study helps solve the puzzle of why the continent’s western glaciers are melting so fast
Ignoring the connections between climate and security poses risks for the U.S.
People appear to consume between 74,000 and 121,000 microplastic particles annually, and that's probably a gross underestimate.
A study found that only a small percentage of bird beak shape variation is dependent on diet, with other factors like display and nest construction probably playing parts too.