From 310 Miles Above the Earth, Satellites Weigh Groundwater Lost to Irrigation
The twin GRACE satellites read dimples in Earth's gravity like fingers reading Braille, including those caused by overdrawn aquifers.
Massive Meteor-Induced Climate Swings May Have Made Mars’s Valleys
It May Have Icy Clouds, But It's Not a Planet, Not a Star, and Not in Our Solar System
Casual Quail Sex Leads to More Fearful, Fatter Offspring
The personality of Japanese quail chicks changes depending on the kind of relationship formed between parents, a new study reports.
Why Was 2017’s Hurricane Season So Intense?
After a quiet start, August and September quickly became filled with violent storms. What drove the change?
New Ant Species Thrives by Hacking Another Species's Culture
The mirror turtle ant lives among the aggressive Crematogaster ampla thanks to some clever social engineering.