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Scientific American summarized five of Donald Trump's "major moves many see as hostile toward science." They are: • Trump’s pick for head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has actively battled its mission "To lead the EPA, Tr...

Tiny microbes play a big role in cycling carbon and other key elements through our air, water, soil and sediment. Not only do microbes capture and release carbon, contributing to a cycle that is central to life on Earth, they also release compounds t...

In the lead up to the 2016 election, we saw headlines like this from respected publications: “The 2016 Election Will Be the Biggest Referendum on Climate Change Ever” from Business Insider, “Sanders Says Climate Change Is Central El...

The shrew and its parasites -- even 40-year-old preserved ones -- are the new indicators of environmental change, according to a Kansas State University researcher. The forest-dwelling masked shrew is host to many varieties of parasites and pathogen...

A vast peatland in the Congo Basin has been mapped for the first time, revealing it to be the largest in the tropics. Cuvette central swamp [Credit: Simon Lewis/University of Leeds]The new study found that the Cuvette Centrale peatlands in the centr...

Extreme droughts, intensified by a warming climate, are increasingly causing ecosystem collapse in many regions worldwide. But models used by scientists to predict the tipping points at which drought stress leads to ecosystem collapse have proven unr...

The global climate is a complex machine in which some pieces are separate, yet others are connected. Scientists try to discover the connections to predict what will happen to our climate, especially in a future with more heat-trapping gases. The ne...