U.S. cities are losing some 36 million trees every year, but hardier species can restore their canopies.
The Arctic is warming up, but instead of large rivers migrating faster, they’re actually slowing down because of shrubification.
A new study highlights the benefits of urban gardens for their human caretakers and local ecosystems.
El severo clima de la era de hielo influenció el cultivo de la vid durante el nacimiento de la agricultura.
Far from pristine outposts of nature, mountains across the world are being rapidly colonized by non-native plants that spread uphill along roads.
The harsh climate of the ice age influenced grapevine cultivation at the dawn of agriculture.
To find the first direct evidence of heightened UV radiation during the end-Permian mass extinction, researchers turned to chemical evidence preserved in pollen grains.
Vascular plants may have contributed to shaping Earth’s atmosphere long before trees evolved.
New research shows that chemical isotopes from plant xylem can improve representations of the forest water cycle.