Agriculture is a key contributor to the algae mats that plague Lake Erie. With so many fertilizers entering the lake, could sediment from the lake floor be used to grow crops instead?
Educators at ice core labs teach students hands-on lessons about climate change.
Newly published measurements made downwind of West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio coal-burning plants reveal steep, unexpected drops in atmospheric mercury concentrations since 2006.
A small earthquake that occurred in Ohio in 2014 is among the largest earthquakes thought to be induced directly by hydraulic fracturing.