Scientists have long understood that the Arctic is affected by mercury pollution, but know less about how it happens. Remote, cold and seemingly pristine, why is such an idyllic landscape so contaminated with this highly toxic metal?
Human-caused climate change made the record rainfall that fell over Houston during Hurricane Harvey roughly 3 times more likely and 15 percent more intense, researchers report.
New research that combines satellite data with on-the-ground measurements, suggests that as global temperatures rise, spring in the Northeastern United States is starting earlier.
Stinkhorns, truffles, smuts: The amazing diversity – and possible decline – of mushrooms and other fungi
“Whatever dressing one gives to mushrooms…they are not really good but to be sent back to the dungheap where they are born.”
The first complete bee census has confirmed a new species and revealed that the actual number of bee species in Michigan exceeded earlier estimates.