A new study found that increasing aridity could significantly reduce the microbial diversity within communities, especially dryland regions.
Industrial sites can be a pain to clean up. They're often littered with refuse and chemicals that can pose major environmental hazards. So how can they be cleaned up? Researchers have now found that using biosolids could be a way to clean up sites.
A new study sheds light on how human population growth and development affects coral reefs. Nutrient enrichment speeds up the growth of algae, which puts coral reefs at a high risk.
A new study is shedding light on contaminants that were found in the soil from several of New York City's community gardens
Paleoriver network once flowed through the Sahara desert, researchers find clues of ancient river under desert sands.
What did African wildlife look like 1,000 years ago? That's exactly what scientists are finding out in a bid to better understand how they have shaped the world we live in.
After examining a demineralized bone from an 80-million-old hadrosaur fossil, researchers at North Carolina State University have found some of the dinosaur's original blood vessels.
Researchers at the University of Bristol has revealed that there is no a 'pause' or 'hiatus' in global warming, since there is no substantive evidence to support these theories.
A study at the University of Leeds is revealing new evidence on the mass extinction period on the earth.
In a recent study, researchers found that the earth's rich oxygen atmosphere emerged from a from a blue-green algae, which was found in the oceans 2.5 billion years ago.