Researchers and Aboriginal people are working to protect 3.5-billion-year-old stromatolite fossils in western Australia.
Understanding how magnetic fields change is crucial for protecting communications networks and power grids.
New discovery of ancient phosphorus-bearing minerals challenges assumptions about the way early life evolved.
Sensing earthquakes with telecommunications cables could lead to better warnings.
Ancient sediments reveal that shortly after emerging from the sea, microbial life may have adapted to survive in acidic lakes.
Scientists recently uncovered the ancient dens of 2-meter-long worms.
A quarter century of shoreline measurements show that the supermoon’s gravitational force drives more erosion.
Researchers in Finland used environmental data to study potentially destructive ice-induced shaking.
New findings suggest the famous geyser went dormant during a period of severe droughts -- a condition that could recur in a warming world.