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.
Fossils dating more than about 540 million years old are extremely rare. That's why a newly discovered ancient deposit is so valuable.
The new findings come after more than 10 years of observation.
New discovery could help scientists unearth more ancient microbial fossils and shed light on some big questions about early life on Earth.
Ice-buried canyons may have been formed by repeated floods as the world went into an ice age more than 2 million years ago.
Researchers examined some of the oldest rocks in western Greenland to probe the beginnings of today’s continents.