More acidic oceans could mean fewer young corals
The oceans are changing. You can’t tell by standing on a beach and watching waves roll in, but experiments show that ocean water is becoming more acidic. This process is called “acidification,” and it may mean bad news for animals …
Questions, and lots of oil, remain months after Gulf disaster
The Gulf oil spill is massive, will take years to clean up.
Oils from human skin fight off this harmful chemical, but at a cost.
With weed killer in the water, some males acquire female traits.
Differences in butterfly and moth breeding patterns are linked to a changing climate
Chemicals are turning up in small Arctic villages far from factories and cities
Farmers giving medicine to cows are accidentally poisoning vultures, again
A plastic ornament was caught giving off poisonous vapors