Scientists create a more realistic representation of plant nitrogen uptake and usage to improve global climate simulations.
Data suggest that the United States may be responsible for half of global methane increase in the past decade.
Researchers construct a world where nuclear energy everywhere is replaced with coal, with stark consequences for human health and the environment.
Researchers are developing better ways to use satellites to understand space weather events that can interfere with technology.
Fresh insight into pyrogenic carbon disappearance suggests that erosion is not responsible.
Researchers examine evidence from a past interglacial period to predict sea level rise in the future.
A heightened understanding of geomagnetic disturbances in a high-tech world encourages policy changes in the United States and abroad.
New research suggests more iron during the last ice age did not mean more algae production in the equatorial Pacific, pointing to possible futility of a controversial geoengineering idea.
A closer look at cultivated land informs actions to protect the vitality of our soil.
The Federal Aviation Administration is testing conductive concrete as a replacement for water-polluting chemicals used to melt ice from airport tarmacs.