The geologic story behind the Iran–Iraq earthquake
New tactics for capturing floods and surviving droughts could help communities across California and the world
The island wants to upgrade its infrastructure, but must first wait for the lights to come back on
The frozen continent may hide a column of red-hot magma straining toward the surface
The volcano is likely slowly preparing for its next eruption
Following hurricanes and other major disasters comes another wave of trouble: post traumatic stress
From underneath Mount Saint Helens, a new picture of volcanic “plumbing” is emerging, with important clues for predicting deadly eruptions
The rule would guarantee a profit to any power plant with 90 days of fuel stored on-site in the name of grid resiliency — but experts say it will do nothing for resiliency and increase costs for consumers...
As news coverage of California's most recent drought intensified, water use trends went down—suggesting news might inspire consumers to conserve. Christopher Intagliata reports.
Global warming already appears to be making hurricanes more intense
About 8 percent of the medicines Americans take come from Puerto Rico
What set it apart from other Atlantic hurricanes was its direct route to Europe
Chemicals from these blazes can give the libation an ashy flavor
Scientists think that global warming may already be influencing fire seasons
Strong winds and months of record-high temperatures have fueled the destructive fires
Phlegrean Fields is waking up. Scientists are trying to predict what it will do next, and what its unrest means for volcanoes worldwide
The head of the U.S. FDA says 14 medicines are only made there
High temperatures and dry conditions have helped strengthen the fires
The floods of water from hurricanes can have remarkable effects on our planet.
Known as “Monkey Island,” Cayo Santiago is considered a research treasure