Refugia repopulate forests after fires, but climate change is making these woodlands increasingly unpredictable.
The Moon was a lot closer to Earth 2.46 billion years ago, and the shorter distance contributed to shorter days.
The Nullarbor Plain has been relatively untouched by geological forces, leaving traces of the continent’s deep past.
Mounting evidence suggests the need for improved water planning strategies and revamped hydrological models.
An upward trend in fossilized charcoal indicates that wildfires may have contributed to extinctions during the Great Dying.
Researchers link vulnerability to “atmospheric drought” associated with climate change.
Machine learning techniques are used to examine relationships between the large-scale state of the atmosphere, the convection total area, and the degree of organization in northern Australia.
A new project looks to unearth information about and learn from ancient underwater landslides buried deep beneath the seafloor to support New Zealand’s resilience to natural hazards.
Recent studies looking at carbon-sequestering microbes suggest we still have a lot to learn about the ocean’s biological carbon pump.
New research shows that the Black Summer bushfires damaged the ozone layer, eliminating a decade’s worth of progress.