It turns out that rising temperatures may be threatening birds. Researchers have studied the gains and losses of populations of birds across Mexico in the 20th century and have found that climate change may be causing a loss of biodiversity.
The changes in the Arctic tundra due to climate change may not just be limited to just that area. It turns out that the alterations could fuel further warming in other areas.
Climate change may be turning male lizards into females. Scientists have examined Australia's bearded dragon lizards and have found that temperature plays a key role in switching a lizard's sex rapidly from one to another.
Scientists have found that our oceans need an immediate and substantial reduction of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions, or else we're liable to see far-reaching and potentially irreversible impacts on marine ecosystems.
It turns out that the polar bear's main threat may be global warming.
Ocean acidification may take a huge toll on shellfish hatcheries.
Researchers may have discovered a bit more about the startling changes that impacted a massive lake. Scientists have found that the Palaeolake Mega-Chad, which was once the largest freshwater lake on Earth, dried up in a matter of a few hundred years.
Pink salmon may be more affected by ocean acidification than other species. Researchers have found that salmon that being life in freshwater with high concentrations are carbon dioxide are smaller and may be less likely to survive.
Seabirds are abandoning their ancestral nesting grounds in the Gulf of California in record numbers. Now, scientists may have found out why. Researchers have found that climate change may be to blame.
Understanding ocean mixing a bit better may help scientists better understand climate.
Glacial quakes may actually help researchers track massive ice loss.