As climate change continues to impact the world, drought is spreading in certain areas. Now, a new study reveals that birds are delaying nesting by two weeks or more due to drought conditions.
Scientists have found shifts in Pacific trade winds actually played a key role in twentieth century climate variation, and could also influence global temperatures.
What caused the dinosaurs to go extinct? It may not just be due to an impact from a meteor. Scientists have found that a series of massive volcanic explosions 66 million years ago may have helped spell the end of the dinosaurs.
Air pollution is a widely studied problem that many officials have examined. For those living in concentrated urban populations, this issue may affect them more than those who live out in the country side. Now, researchers at Tel Aviv University have discovered new evidence linking high exposure of ...
A new vaccine created to fight an illness similar to "mad cow disease" in deer may also help protect lifestock and even humans from similar brain infections.
You might not think that insects have complicated sex lives. When it comes to a certain small brown moth, though, you may be surprised.
Climate change is continuing to impact areas across the globe. Now, scientists have found that the country of Finland has experienced an average temperature increase of two degrees.
It turns out that Siberian permafrost may be leaking methane. Scientists have found that the seabed offshore the West Yamal Peninsula in Sibera is releasing gas into the water column and to the atmosphere.
Fish in Alaska may be adjusting to climate change. Scientists have found that Dolly Varden, a species of char, can keep feasting on a preferred food source-salmon eggs-even as temperatures rise and the climate continues to shift.
In some of the deepest parts of the ocean, an ecosystem of alien-like animals thrives. Now, scientists have returned from the first detailed study of the Mariana Trench aboard the research vessel Falkor and have made some new discoveries.
Scientists have taken a closer look at how seal level rise may influence flooding by the year 2050, and have discovered that the majority of U.S. coastal areas are likely to be threatened by 30 or more days of flooding each year.