As summer temperatures continue to rise, important biocrust-forming organisms in the American Southwest may be lost.
New research indicates that seagrasses continue to release methane even after they die, complicating blue carbon initiatives.
Organic molecules on a Martian meteorite have fueled nearly 30 years of scientific debate. New evidence suggests they were formed by Martian processes, offering more support for a once habitable environment on the Red Planet.
Bacteria can speed up the growth of biocrust-forming organisms in nurseries, providing more material for restoration of degraded dryland soil.