A team of scientists measured underwater noise pollution off the coast of Washington, and found surprising impacts on nearby endangered orcas.
Scientists find that small vibrations already happening in the hustle-bustle of the modern world could trigger electricity generation in tree-like structures.
Scientists dig into the data to see if the world's climate could change dramatically without external drivers and how the system stays stable.
Why chemicals used to fight bed bugs aren't working any longer was revealed in a new study that compared today's bed bugs with those that have been isolated in a lab for 30 years.
The Obama administration announced a moratorium on coal-leasing on federal lands last week, adding further strain to an industry that is undergoing a possibly irreversible downturn.
The NOAA designated an additional 39,414 square miles of water as critical habitat for the North Atlantic right whale. But could more be done?
The discovery of a single tui chub in Oregon's Diamond Lake has set off a massive effort to eliminate the species from its waters, years after the lake went through mass poisonings to eradicate the unwanted fish there.
Microorganisms and phytoplankton appear to thrive in the waters around naturally occurring oil seeps on the Gulf floor.
Last year was the hottest year on record by a significant margin according to both NASA and NOAA, and climate scientists see this announcement as validation.
The United Nations has been grossly underestimating global fish takes, according to a comprehensive study. But marine biologist see a silver lining in the news.
Two states rattled by human-induced earthquakes choose different tactics with different results. In Oklahoma, people are getting worried what the future could hold if increasing quakes aren't stopped.