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One of the country's most active volcanoes began its eruption well before dawn, forcing the evacuation of nearby villages.
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New Cornell University study shows that while cities would fall quickly, sparsely populated areas would have months to plan and prepare.
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Researchers used powerful spectrometers to monitor and track how much infrared radiation was being trapped inside the Earth's atmosphere.
Nutrient-rich dust from the desert is blown across the Atlantic to help the rain forest's soil.
The carnivorous bladderwort has a ridiculously compact genome, and is somehow lacking in so-called 'junk DNA.'
As more sinkholes are discovered, concerns over the potential danger posed by the phenomenon are growing.
Feast your eyes on 'Tempest Vermilion,' the latest video by time-lapse film duo Gavin Heffernan and Harun Mehmedinovic.
Global effort will start in the U.K. city of Bristol — with over 36,000 children from 130 schools planting saplings.
Long-gone settlements showed familiar, current-day signs of growth, including seeing monuments as evidence of public and private wealth.
The Milky Way is so much more than a pretty belt of stars in the night sky. Here are some enlightening facts!
The Every Kid in a Park initiative aims to get kids active and outdoors, but it may also turn them into environmental stewards.
This new study hints that early Earth may have supported a slimy and 'large and diverse biosphere.'
Britain could single-handedly double the amount of protected oceans in the world with the help of satellite technology.
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