The fires that raged across the Brazilian Amazon this summer were not ‘normal’ and large increases in deforestation could explain why, scientists show.
This week, southeast France was hit by a magnitude 5 earthquake with tremors felt between Lyon and Montélimar. The Copernicus Sentinel-1 radar mission has been used to map the way the ground shifted as a result of the quake.
Could Mars ever have supported life? In the Australian Outback, scientists visited the oldest convincing evidence for life on Earth to prepare for their own searches for signs of ancient life on Mars.
Understanding how nematodes can become immune against plant defense compounds may contribute to improving biological pest control.
New research indicates lichens may not have arrived on land before vascular plants.
Abundance of low-lying invasive seaweed could likely impact species habitats and the structure of the food web.
Research team will collect rocks, study ice surface elevation changes, conduct bedrock drilling, and more to understand the glacier and surrounding ocean system.
Land use analysis shows area north of Santiago receiving almost no water.
Views from International Space Station astronauts help visual Earth in different ways.
Satellite captures nature balancing differences in energy creating an impressive cloudscape.
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