It happened once before, and it could happen again.
The sky sometimes has its limits, according to new research from two University of Chicago atmospheric scientists.
Chemical signatures in shale, the Earth's most common sedimentary rock, point to a rapid rise of land above the ocean 2.4 billion years ago that possibly triggered dramatic changes in climate and life.
For centuries, the prevailing science has indicated that all of the nitrogen on Earth available to plants comes from the atmosphere. But a study from the University of California, Davis, indicates that more than a quarter ...
Pioneering early people who lived at the end of the last ice age actually carried on with life as usual despite plummeting temperatures, a study at a world-famous archaeological site in North Yorkshire suggests.
Historic space weather may help us understand what's coming next, according to new research by the University of Warwick.
Yale researchers have provided a new explanation for why Earth's early climate was more stable and warmer than it is today.
New research from Idaho National Laboratory suggests that electric vehicle drivers could face longer charging times when temperatures drop. The reason: cold temperatures impact the electrochemical reactions within the cell, ...