Great frigate birds may stay aloft for up to two months, eating and sleeping on the wing.
Testing the limits of predictions, some geologists say long-silent Colli Albani might be starting a new eruption phase
As was widely reported on social media, the U.S. is indeed going to use aerial drones to spread vaccine-laced pellets among prairie dogs to save endangered ferrets, although, contrary to some reports, no M&Ms will be involved...
Heat drops after El Niño but remains at record global highs
June was a great month on the geoblogs. Come check out the best—and see how your favorite geoblog post can be featured here!
Changes in cloud patterns match predictions from climate simulations of a warming world
Largest blazes on Earth smolder for months in Canada and Indonesia
Global regulation of chlorine compounds is giving the atmosphere time to heal, even as volcanic eruptions interfere
Scientists implore action and note rising bipartisan demands for action as heat waves and wildfires worsen
Urban light pollution in the U.K. is pushing tree springtime behavior a full week earlier than usual. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Hundreds of hydroelectric dams planned for rivers across the Balkans would provide green energy—at a big cost
The element, crucial for medical scanners and chemical analysis, has been vanishing but a giant new field may lie beneath Tanzania
Ready for a trio of gorgeous Mount Saint Helens photos? Of course you are!
If the prototype is successful, a full-scale 100-kilometer-long barrier will be strung out in the Pacific Ocean to collect some 68 million kilograms of floating trash
How many active volcanoes does the U.S. have? Where is sea level rising the fastest? These 10 questions test your risk savvy
The Arizona Geological Survey's budget has been slashed by the state's short-sighted government. There are as many reasons to save the agency as there are geologic wonders, riches and hazards in Arizona...
More particulate matter in the air can build stronger, longer-lasting thunderstorms over the tropics, leading to more extreme storms. Christopher Intagliata reports.
A quick and simple guide to dealing with the potentially dangerous mountains in your vicinity
Wildlife Conservation Society researcher Ullas Karanth talks about his July, 2016, Scientific American article on state-of-the-art techniques for tracking tigers and estimating their populations and habitat health...
Widespread bleaching gives scientists new urgency to avert decline of key ocean ecosystems