According to a new study, global warming poses a direct effect on the ocean’s net primary production (NPP) at the base of the food web and also on the seasonal timing of plankton blooms.
A new study performed at the University of Eastern Finland has shown that variations caused in both the size and distribution of the pine beauty moth population are connected to higher temperatures.
New five-year agreement will support SPARC science, increase graduate students and postdocs, and support interdisciplinary work toward fusion power plants.
Much of what scientists think about soil metabolism may be wrong. New evidence from Northern Arizona University suggests that microbes in different soils use different biochemical pathways to process nutrients, respire and grow.
Under the guidance of researchers, two international studies performed across Europe in recent times have stressed the significance of human behavior in the measures to reduce CO2 emissions.
Ice shelves are nothing but floating extensions of glaciers. According to the result of a new study performed, if Greenland’s second-largest ice shelf tends to split, it might not be possible to retrieve it unless Earth’s future climate cools in a significant manner.
As an impact of climate change-induced heavy rainfall events, increased stormwater runoff tends to pose vital hazards to urban aquatic biodiversity.
In light of global warming with increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels and melting polar ice, reconstruction of paleoenvironmental and paleoclimatic history during past periods when the Earth’s climate system altered significantly is vital for comprehending climate mechanism and thus enhancing predictions of the future.
The investigation carried out on the underside of the world’s largest ice sheet in East Antarctica has made researchers find a city-size lake whose sediments may hold a history of the ice sheet from its earliest beginnings.
In 2018, an international research group bored for soil samples in three sites around the Isfjorden fjord in Svalbard, which is part of Norway. The same phenomenon was seen each boring site: mineral soil covered by a thin layer of organic matter.
From simulating climate to creating more fuel-efficient vehicles, Argonne is home to many teams that tackle different aspects of climate change. Here are a few of those innovators.
One of the flagship items on any restaurant menu, from local diners to Michelin-starred restaurants, is almost always ‘steak.’ However, in an environmentally-conscious society, it is essential to find an alternative to overcome the environmental issues that stem from the ever-increasing demands for meat-based products.
A new study has shown that farmlands present throughout Europe are possibly considered the greatest global reservoir of microplastics as a result of the high concentrations found in fertilizers that are derived from sewage sludge.
As a result of global warming, the world’s ocean has been subjected to the consistent loss of its year-to-year memory, according to a study reported and co-authored by a University of Hawai?i at Manoa atmospheric scientist.
A huge decline in insect diversity has been experienced in Bavaria. Land use is considered a significant factor, but the effect of climate change is still unidentified.