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Tuesday, March 29, 2016
Parts of Oklahoma and Texas have about the same risk of an earthquake as parts of California, the maps show. Why? Wastewater that oil and gas operations are pumping into wells adds pressure on faults.
Wednesday, March 02, 2016
The 15-year project wasn't a flight of fancy. Biologists used a plane to successfully teach many young, captive-bred whooping cranes to migrate cross-country. But the birds aren't reproducing well.
Monday, February 22, 2016
Scientists say the buzz picked up by hydrophones in the Pacific may be caused by "fish farts" — the emptying of air bladders that let clouds of fish rise and fall during daily hunts for food.
Thursday, February 11, 2016
Some of the genetic variations in human DNA that have been linked to quick clotting or depression or diabetes lie within or near the genetic stretches we picked up from Neanderthals, a study finds.
Tuesday, February 09, 2016
The nets that ensnare the giant totoaba fish also trap and kill the world's smallest and rarest mammal: a porpoise called the vaquita.
Tuesday, February 02, 2016
Before it does damage, an earthquake sends out a "P wave" that scientists use to find location and size. The U.S. quake warning system under development on the West Coast is built around the P wave.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
The weather trail that led to a blizzard in the Mid-Atlantic likely started with a very warm Pacific, scientists suspect. Whether climate shifts will bring more strong El Niños is still uncertain.
Tuesday, January 12, 2016
Tension is building along a major fault in the seabed off Alaska's coast, research shows. Devastating tsunamis from sudden slips in certain sections could directly hit Hawaii and Central California.
Thursday, January 07, 2016
The U.S. had 10 weather events in 2015 that cost $1 billion or more in damage, with December the warmest and wettest month on record. Climate scientists blame a warming climate and strong El Nino.
Tuesday, December 29, 2015
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Monday, December 28, 2015
This Year will likely be the hottest year on record. Climate change is partly to blame, but so is El Nino. That's the weather pattern from the Pacific that affects weather in the America's as well.
Monday, December 14, 2015
Over the weekend in Paris, representatives from 196 countries signed an agreement that aims to curb climate change. What's in it, and what happens next?
Sunday, December 13, 2015
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Saturday, December 12, 2015
On Saturday, world leaders approved what's being hailed as a historic deal to reduce greenhouse emissions. NPR's Christopher Joyce gives the details.
Friday, December 11, 2015
The U.N. climate conference in Paris was supposed to end Friday, but negotiators have extended it for at least another day. NPR has the latest from Paris.
Friday, December 11, 2015
Negotiations at the Paris climate summit will be wrapping up soon and a global agreement is expected this weekend. A deal signed in Paris would come into being in 2020.
Thursday, December 10, 2015
It's been 17 years since the Koyto climate talks. What have environmental groups learned about advocacy, lowering expectations and the realities of international politics, government and business?
Wednesday, December 09, 2015
At the U.N. climate summit in Paris, negotiators have 48 hours until their deadline to reach a deal on global warning. NPR has the latest from the summit.
Tuesday, December 08, 2015
Fueling the climate talks in France means one thing: bread — and lots of it. The bakery at the climate talks in Paris makes 10,000 bread rolls a day.
Monday, December 07, 2015
Climate scientists say global emissions of carbon dioxide seem to have dipped a bit in 2015, though the world economy is still growing. China's reduced use of coal may be the main reason.