Rare 2-million-year record reveals the meteorite flux rate.
Paleoclimate records, observational data, and climate modeling capture the influence of human activity on temperature seasonality.
Grazing rings around reefs have the potential to be used as a tool for monitoring reef health, but first, scientists have to figure out what factors govern halo size differences.
The lack of thermal refugia in the ocean means marine life has nowhere to escape from rising sea temperatures.
New link may offer 5-week lead time on predicting extreme heat in California’s fruit belt.
Scientists get one step closer to being able to predict jerks—notoriously capricious changes to Earth’s geomagnetic field detectable by satellites.
A fragment of a comet found hidden inside a meteorite is offering new insights into the dynamics of our young solar system.
Satellites spy on remote alpine glaciers, producing more accurate—and higher—estimates of ice loss over time.
Paleoseismic records show that the current 100-year hiatus since the last major event on the San Andreas, San Jacinto, and Hayward Faults is unprecedented in recent geologic history.
The biggest, oldest T. rex found to date shows how big tyrannosaurs could get.