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It may take until the 2060s to know how much the sea level will rise by the end of this century, according to a new Rutgers University-New Brunswick-led analysis. The study is the first to link global and local sea-level rise projections with simulat...

The forests you see today are not what you will see in the future. That's the overarching finding from a new study on the resilience of Rocky Mountain forests, led by Colorado State University. Few surviving trees remain in the changed landscape loc...

Environmental scientists from The Open University (OU) have discovered that trees growing in the Amazon floodplains surrounding the Amazon River emit as much methane (CH4) into the atmosphere as all of the world's oceans. These trees growing in seaso...

A new UCLA-led study reinforces the importance of collaboration in assessing the effects of climate change. A UCLA-led team was the first to measure Greenland’s melting glaciers from the top of the ice sheet. Their discoveries  could help sci...

A team of investigators from the University of Kansas currently is stationed at Antarctica's Shackleton Glacier to collect the remains of plants that once thrived there during the boundary between the Permian and Triassic periods. Glossopteris leave...

“The beginning of the end, according to Revelation, will be augured by mysterious signs and wonders—a black sun (eclipse this year), and a blood-red moon (we had that this year also), the stars falling to earth (yeah, well we get … Continue...

A big drop in global temperatures 12-14 million years ago may explain the evolutionary success of Australia's unique marsupial carnivores, a new study has found. Tasmanian devil [Credit: University of Salford]Tasmanian Devils, the cat-like Quoll and...