The puffins spend their summers in Maine, but scientists have been perplexed about where the colorful birds go in the winter – until now.
When a group of scientists returned to Antarctica's Cape Denison in 2014, they realized 150,000 Adélie penguins were missing. It's a devastating blow to Adélie penguin populations, but researchers aren't counting the species out just yet.
The Sooner State has switched strategies, limiting not just the depth, but amount of wastewater than oil and gas producers can pump back underground.
Southern California Gas Co announced Thursday that workers have plugged the natural gas leak that had been spewing methane fumes for the past four months.
Rhinconichthys were once thought to have lived only in England. The discovery of two related species highlights just how little we understand about historic biodiversity.
The Great Backyard Bird Count, a yearly four-day event that invites the public to collect data on birds in their area, remains among the world's most enduring citizen science projects.
The effects of burning fossil fuels today could persist for 10,000 years, according to a new study that takes the long view on the consequences of climate change.
A new study found that the southwestern American region will be drier going forward. Regardless of the reasons why, there is plenty of innovation out there to help the region adapt to this new reality.
The observed effect of trees on climate in Europe is challenging widespread beliefs about how to mitigate climate change.