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El Niño years can have a big impact on the littlest plants in the ocean, and NASA scientists are studying the relationship between the two. In El Niño years, huge masses of warm water – equivalent to about half of the volume of the Mediterranean Sea – slosh east across the Pacific Ocean towards South America. While this warm water changes storm systems in the atmosphere, it also has an impact below the ocean’s surface. These impacts, which researchers can visualize with satellite data, can ripple up the food chain to fisheries and the livelihoods of fishermen.
Do the numbers on garden fertilizer bags confuse you? This simple phrase is your key to understanding them.
Nuclear power sites in Belgium have been targetted by Daesh radicals seeking radioactive materials to use in terrorist attacks, write Robert J Downes & Daniel Salisbury. One top nuclear researcher has come under hostile surveillance, while 'insider threats' have led to 11 workers being excluded from nuclear sites. But despite increased security, the threat has not gone away.
Thin film of red dust enveloping parts of country for two weeks in 2014 came mostly from farms in mainland Europe and local emissions, study says.
Some of the most important medicines doctors prescribe to fight infections are losing effectiveness and the Obama Administration is calling on farmers to help turn the tide against antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Facing mounting pressure from consumer advocates and environmental activists, Campbell Soup and Del Monte Foods have announced timetables for replacing BPA-based coatings in food cans.
It took nearly a decade, but former EPA scientist Dominic DiGiulio has proved that fracking has polluted groundwater in Wyoming.
The Spectra Energy pipeline expansion has been given the go-ahead, but inadequate safeguards make me scared for my children’s health.
From global warming to water shortages, humans are pushing up against a few fundamental "planetary boundaries," according to a newly published book.
The world is growing ever fatter. According to a new study of obesity rates in much of the world, there are now more obese people than underweight people on Earth.
Air pollution is bad for our lungs. It may not be great for our waistlines either, a new study in rats finds.
Larry Myers worked 40 years as an electrician, unaware he had been handling materials that could cause his death.
As the world's superpowers eye the lucrative Arctic region with growing interest, unprecedented oil spill clean-up tests in icy Finnish conditions reveal just how hazardous and challenging an accident in the Arctic's pristine sea ice could be.
Australian lawmakers have been slammed as “crying crocodile tears” after giving the go-ahead for a mega-mine amid scientist warnings of record bleaching across the Great Barrier Reef.
Research indicates that the insect repellent, if not overapplied, is fine to use to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes that could be carrying Zika.
While elevated levels of PFOA have been found in more than 100 private wells in Bennington and North Bennington in the last month, almost as many water filtration systems, which will remove the contaminant, will have been installed by the end of next week.
The mayor of Philadelphia thinks a tax will go down easier when it’s about raising money for something, not just about making people drink less soda.
Residents living near a National Research Council facility who found out their well water is contaminated with toxic chemicals say a recent technical briefing with NRC officials has left more questions than answers — and they'd like the answers to come from Health Canada.
Even if SoCal Gas is right about what the law requires it to do, its position is still hugely disappointing.
In a small community tucked at the intersection of the railroad and Riverdale creek in Grenada, it seems like everyone is getting sick. Of 225 longtime residents in the neighborhood, there have been 68 cases of cancer.