Earth Science

Damage minimal from quake in Papua New Guinea

May 7, 2019

A strong earthquake rattled Papua New Guinea early Tuesday but damage appeared to be minimal

Devils legends Stevens and Daneyko together on TV

May 3, 2019

New Jersey Devils legends Scott Stevens and Ken Daneyko developing off-ice chemistry on television

UN climate chief warns current path leads to 'catastrophe'

Apr 25, 2019

AP Interview: The U.N. climate chief says world leaders must recognize there is no option except to speed-up and scale-up action to tackle global warming, warning that continuing on the current path will lead to "a catastrophe."

Major emperor penguin breeding ground gone barren since 2016

Apr 24, 2019

A new study finds that since 2016 almost nothing is being born at Antarctica's second biggest breeding ground for emperor penguins

Americans' energy use surges despite climate change concern

Apr 18, 2019

A surge in use of climate-changing fossil fuels has driven Americans' energy use to a record high

Meteorologist sues station that fired him over alleged slur

Apr 16, 2019

An upstate New York TV meteorologist accused of using a racial slur in reference to Martin Luther King Jr. while on air has filed a lawsuit against the station that fired him

Memorial at Nixon Library for Ed Nixon, president's brother

Apr 15, 2019

About 200 people gathered at a Southern California memorial service for Ed Nixon, the younger brother of President Richard Nixon, who died in February at age 88

Pace of Bering Sea changes startles scientists

Apr 14, 2019

After shifts in ocean conditions, researchers are wondering if ecosystems near the Bering Strait are undergoing a transformation as well

Indonesia lifts tsunami warning triggered by Sulawesi quake

Apr 12, 2019

Indonesia's geophysics agency said it has ended a tsunami warning that was trigged by a strong earthquake east of Sulawesi island

European researchers to drill for ancient Antarctic ice

Apr 9, 2019

A group of 14 European scientific institutions plans to retrieve what they hope will be the world's oldest ice as part of research into past climate change

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