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.
how some Colorado artists are challenging our perspective of the natural world
Ahead of speaking at Iowa State University’s 2017 Ronald Lecture in Environmental Conservation, I spoke with Anne Castle, senior fellow at the … More
Mentioned in this recent piece on Tonic, studies on the incorporation of blue spaces – meaning visible waters such as … More
Wilderness therapy incorporates traditional counseling with the natural world around us. The practice takes many forms, from spending time in … More
Photo credit: Edvard Munch and Roland Roberts New research published in November in the journal PLOS Biology by the University College … More
Bees in the United States and across the world have been dying at high rates over the past decade for … More