If the world can limit future greenhouse gas emissions, scientists are hopeful that adaptations can help a battered industry survive.
The top of the troposphere, the lowest layer of Earth’s atmosphere, has climbed about 50 to 60 meters per decade in the past 20 years.
Iron-laden particles fertilized areas of the ocean thousands of kilometers away.
A better understanding of the physics of storm formation may lead to more accurate forecasts.
As climate change melts away frozen landscapes, scientists rush to discover all they can about the tiny organisms that thrive on ice.
New research shows the climate effects likely varied widely around the globe, with the Northern Hemisphere suffering the most.
A better understanding of past rainfall swings may help scientists better predict future ones.
Walls, fences and other obstacles hamper the mobility of mammals and birds.