Greenhouse gas emissions from sports fields may be scoring points for climate change.
“We are basically doing what a public health agency should be doing.”
Although warming oceans may make population booms and mass strandings more common, the species may ultimately be one of the beneficiaries of climate change.
An open letter from geoscientists supports a bill to remove racist slurs from federally recognized lakes, creeks, canyons, and other small landforms.
Principal investigators are the monarchs of their science kingdoms. Here are seven things they can do for the betterment of the realm—ehrm, lab group.
Researcher Jackie Richter-Menge has reported on the status of the melting Arctic for the past 15 years. Her observations tell a story of “mind-blowing change.”
Indigenous Peoples from the Arctic and the U.S. Southwest have joined together to tackle issues of food sovereignty in two environmental extremes. Their bond led to a swift response to COVID-19.
Dented, erratic, and wandering, our field is constantly changing its mind.
Feast your eyes on Beast, the first remotely operated vehicle to brave the Arctic for 1 year.
Last year’s explosive eruption at the New Zealand volcano tragically took tourists by surprise.