When the closing speaker at the 2017 Art + Environment Conference finished his remarks, I knew exactly what I needed … More
Dear Society of Environmental Journalists and fellow readers, Hi, it’s me again, Kelsey – the graduate student at CU Boulder who … More
August 29, 2017 Geospace, American Geophysical Union Humankind’s contribution to the amount of nitrogen available to plants on land is … More
August 24, 2017 Geospace, American Geophysical Union New data gathered by the Mars Curiosity rover indicates a potential history of hydrothermal activity … More
It is “extremely unlikely” 2014, 2015 and 2016 would have been the warmest consecutive years on record without the influence of human-caused climate change, according to the authors of a new study.
Acidified water draining from abandoned mines, studied primarily as a modern environmental hazard, may offer insight into the oxygenation of Earth’s early atmosphere and development of life on other planets, according to a new study.
When the summer of 1816 was abnormally cold, with severe frosts in June and snow in July, Reverend Jonathan Fisher did what he always did: He documented it in his journal.
New research finds they are becoming more frequent and lasting longer than they did three decades ago.
A new study published by the American Geophysical Union finds large earthquakes can trigger underwater landslides thousands of miles away, and weeks or months after the quake occurs.