How far into the past can ice-core records go?
A researcher has developed a way to use the trees as a window into coastal condition
Riverside-led study points to an ancient oxygen-free and hydrogen sulfide-rich ocean
Scientists thought an ice sheet formed more than 90 million years ago when the climate was warmer than it is today. Now, fossil evidence suggests
Scientists at the CRPG-CNRS University of Lorraine, The University of Manchester and the Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris have ruled out a theory
For the first time a long temperature reconstruction on the basis of stable carbon isotopes in tree rings has been achieved for the eastern Mediterranean.
New research provides clues on how continents formed early in Earth history
Paleoclimate simulations reveal potential 'green corridors' across North Africa
Modern proteins exhibit an impressive degree of structural diversity, which has been well characterized, but very little is known about how and when over the
Climate changes how species interact with one another—and not just today. Scientists are studying trends from fossil records to understand how climate change impacted the
Year-round ice-free conditions across the surface of the Arctic Ocean could explain why the Earth was substantially warmer during the Pliocene Epoch than it is
It is nothing short of a world record in DNA research that scientists at the Centre for GeoGenetics at the Natural History Museum of Denmark
The disappearance of large, fruit-eating birds from tropical forests in Brazil has caused the region's forest palms to produce smaller, less successful seeds over the
Scientists have long believed that lava erupted from certain oceanic volcanoes contains materials from the early Earth's crust. But decisive evidence for this phenomenon has
A new look at conditions after a Manhattan-sized asteroid slammed into a region of Mexico in the dinosaur days indicates the event could have triggered
Rutile is used in ceramics and paints, but is particularly useful for finding out about the history of a rock.
The study of the genome of the Longhorn and related breeds tells a fascinating global history of human and cattle migration.
Butterflies are among the most vibrant insects, with colorations sometimes designed to deflect predators. New University of Florida research shows some of these defenses may
With data from 73 ice and sediment core monitoring sites around the world, scientists have reconstructed Earth's temperature history back to the end of the
Antarctica's topography began changing from flat to fjord-filled starting about 34 million years ago, according to a new report from a University of Arizona-led team
A new model suggests that inhospitable hydrodgen-sulphide rich waters could have delayed the spread of complex life forms in ancient oceans.
Evidence from Siberian caves suggests that a global temperature rise of 1.5 degrees Celsius could see permanently frozen ground thaw over a large area of