Increased carbon dioxide uptake by the oceans might be making fish anxious, a new study suggests.
Snow and a significant ice event is likely all the way from parts of North Texas into the Great Lakes and U.S. Northeast over the next several days.
The year’s shortest day comes at the winter solstice. But, for the Northern Hemisphere, the earliest sunsets are in early December.
When a mouse is trained to become afraid of a certain odor, his or her pups will be more sensitive to that odor as well. Researchers say that knowing how mouse parents can influence their descendants is a step toward understanding how human parents may pass some psychiatric disorders to their children.
More than a half a million people have signed up with NASA to receive alerts when the ISS flies overhead. Here’s how.
It may be two inches long, lemon yellow, and the slowest-moving fish in the sea, but it’s also one of the deadliest predators the ocean has ever seen.
Crows, falcons. gannets, hummingbirds, macaws …. and turkeys. Here’s what makes these six birds so cool
To learn more about how the brain can process multiple odors all at once, scientists trained locusts to respond to a specific smell.
Even if carbon dioxide emissions came to a sudden halt, the carbon dioxide already in Earth’s atmosphere could continue to warm our planet for hundreds of years, says a new study.
Large fish traps in the Persian Gulf could be catching up to six times more fish than what’s being officially reported.
If you have travel plans to U.S. East for Thanksgiving, look for flight delays, possible cancellations, and longer commutes. Weather will go downhill throughout the U.S. East on November 26-27, 2013.
MIT researchers find that rain as acidic as lemon juice may have contributed to massive die-offs on land 252 million years ago.
A new study suggests that there may have been two magma oceans separated by a layer of crystalline material in the mantle during Earth’s formative period.
Named after a cannibalistic man-eating monster from a native American legend, this newly discovered large dinosaur had its reign of terror in what is now Utah.
Half a mile under Chesapeake Bay is the oldest sizable body of seawater to be identified worldwide. This ancient sea is thought to be 100-145 million years old.
Powerful footage from the Philippines, taken when Super Typhoon Haiyan hit on November 8. The video shows how destructive storm surge can be.
“If humanity does not want to go the way of the dinosaurs, we need to study an event like this in detail,” said earth scientist Qing-zhu Yin.
“The wolf is the first domesticated species and the only large carnivore humans ever domesticated,” said biologist Robert Wayne.
A new study has uncovered evidence that corals may be adapting to climate change, but the response may not persist if CO2 emissions aren’t reduced.
If you live below about 50 degrees N. latitude, where any aurora you see might be low on the horizon, you are less likely to see colors in the northern lights.
Nearly 120 million people in the U.S, could be affected by severe weather today. Strong tornadoes, damaging winds over 70 mph, and large hail are possible.