A recent study showed that panned and predictable ecosystems can have unexpected outcomes.
Researchers are now able to determine why the modern day giraffe has a long neck, apart form It allowing them to find more vegetation or it used to fight.
A giant panda study uses stem cell research to determine some of the deadly diseases that pandas are susceptible to, Iain Valentine, Director of Giant Pandas for the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland.
Marine Scientists find that unsustainable harvesting of large predatory fish, along with the culling of sharks, can have far-reaching consequences for the way climate change is being handled.
Geological Society of America Scientists have found Jurassic corals in North America which can solve the puzzle to the Jurassic era.
Scientists examined 300-million-year-old shellfish deposits to determine the kinds of weather super continent Pangea once experienced.
The study has assembled the first large-scale empirical evidence for a declining sensitivity of spring phenology to warming in mature trees for Central Europe.
Scientists have used meteorological records from the past 450 years to determine climate change from the and and the future.
A recent study found that there is a decline in marine diversity over the last several decades, fish populations have declined by 75 percent while the population for marine vertebrates has decreased significantly.
British and Australian Scientists found in their research that Antarctic warming results in more soil fungal species, and should exceed by 25 percent in 2100.
NASA was able to see the escalation of Tropical Storm Marty along the coast of Mexico with the use of its RapidScat instrument, and they are able to determine what to expect with the storm.