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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.
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.
Damage from the February 15, 2013 meteor explosion over Chelyabinsk, Russia would have been more severe if the rock hadn’t fragmented high up in the atmosphere.
How these spooky-sounding animals got their names.
NASA has just released images of the ongoing 2013 eruption at Klyuchevskaya, one of Russia’s tallest and most active volcanoes.
Bats roosting in the curled up leaves of tropical plants are able to better hear their companions, a new study suggests.
Deciduous trees shed their leaves as a strategy to survive cold or dry weather.
A new study of deep sea life after the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has found far-ranging impacts that may take decades to reverse.
NASA has produced a new video that shows what changes in temperature and precipitation can be expected if atmospheric CO2 concentrations continue to rise.