Hand axes, hippo bones, and a stack of ancient lake beds show that arid Arabia experienced intervals of humid weather, spurring pulses of human migration over the past 400,000 years.
Regulations differ from country to country, but on one point, they’re relatively uniform: Drones must remain within their operators’ line of sight. How do earthquake scientists collect drone data while working within the rules?
Roof design in northern China changed over centuries in response to extreme snow events, new research suggests.
A new study explores a possible proxy for seasonal freshwater input that could elucidate changes in alpine snowpack as the planet warms.
Tapetes microbianos en el sumidero del Lago Huron, combinado con modelado, sugiere que el cambio en duración del día de la Tierra podría haber jugado un rol principal en la oxigenación de la atmósfera.
Answering this question can help policymakers, scientists, and climate communicators develop more effective strategies to reach skeptics and deniers.
New research on Kiribati’s beleaguered atolls paints a complex picture of reef recovery.
A new study challenges the assumption that cyanobacteria were the only major nitrogen fixers in the Proterozoic eon.
Stone tools may provide data on paleomagnetism that are out of reach for other markers, such as prehistoric pottery.
Scientists engineer a way to layer materials to boost efficiency without interrupting manufacturing processes.