A series of eruptions around the world could have led to less Nile River flooding, which is essential for agriculture.
The findings suggest current theories of how some volcanoes form may be too simple.
If the world can limit future greenhouse gas emissions, scientists are hopeful that adaptations can help a battered industry survive.
Iron-laden particles fertilized areas of the ocean thousands of kilometers away.
New Orleans is suffering now, but almost everywhere in the country can experience power problems during extreme weather.
When their homes burn, male red-backed fairywrens fail to develop their brilliant plumage.
New research shows the climate effects likely varied widely around the globe, with the Northern Hemisphere suffering the most.
Sensing earthquakes with telecommunications cables could lead to better warnings.
New courses could help prepare young doctors for the medical challenges of a warming world.
Researchers in Finland used environmental data to study potentially destructive ice-induced shaking.