Although soil has long thought to be a semi-permanent storehouse for ancient carbon, researchers have found that it may just be releasing carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.
It turns out that invasive plants may be helping endangered tortoises. Scientists have discovered that two subspecies of endangered tortoise have diets that are halfway made up of introduced species of plants.
It turns out that a total of 70 percent of glacier ice in British Columbia and Alberta could disappear by the end of the 21st century.
Scientists have discovered that of the 201 bird and mammal species that call the arctic and subarctic region home, roughly 97 percent of them could experience habitat loss stemming from climate change in the future.
Archaeologists have uncovered a complete camel skeleton that dates back to the Second Ottoman War.
Scientists have discovered that when early reef fish parents develop at elevated temperatures, they can adjust their offspring's sex through non-genetic and non-behavioral means.
Researchers have looked at coral bleaching in detail and have discovered when and where bleaching will occur in the coming years.
For more than 50 years, researchers believed that the Pinocchio lizard, also known as the horned anole lizard, was extinct. Now, scientists are taking a closer look at this reptile in order to better aid conservation efforts.
Baboons that are born in lean times may actually be more vulnerable to food shortages later in life.
It turns out that the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) H5 viruses may continue to circulate and evolve in North American wild birds
Most people are aware that humans have a large impact on coral reefs. But scientists have taken a closer look and have discovered that we may have a larger influence than we thought.