Detailed satellite images reveal the web of connections that sustain life on Earth.
The threat of mercury in seafood was curbed with regulations, but climate change could drive levels back up.
For Anelosimus studiosus spiders, the storm survival checklist apparently includes a combative personality.
Scientists studying diamonds from deep within Earth’s mantle found evidence of a reservoir of rocks and gas that may be nearly as old as the planet itself.
A sobering analysis suggests that animal species aren’t adapting fast enough to maintain their numbers in the face of rising temperatures.
Killing red tide cells en masse can unleash their potent toxin. That means researchers need to get creative.
There are a heck of a lot of reasons not to.
A study finds that close to a trillion trees could potentially be planted on Earth—enough to sequester more than 200 billion tons of carbon. But environmental change on this scale is no easy task.