A UNSW Sydney scientist explains what is going on below the Earth’s surface as Iceland braces for a potential volcanic eruption.
Carbon credits must be scrutinised – and none more so than credits for taking grazing animals off arid rangelands.
Antarctic core sediments hold information that is key to building a better picture of sea level rise.
Stunning pictures and captivating footage tell the full story about the quest to bring platypuses back to Royal National Park.
Analysis of the literature revealed authors from countries with large coral reef systems, such as The Maldives, Papua New Guinea and Indonesia, are underrepresented.
There’s been a long-standing debate over whether dingoes started out wild or domesticated. One thing is clear – they had a close relationship with First Peoples.
Extreme fires drove biodiversity declines despite overall resilience after the 2019-2020 Black Summer bushfire season in NSW, a new study suggests.
A handheld scanner uses nuclear methods and mathematical models to determine the origin and production of seafood.
Bats may have lived in caves and used soundwaves to navigate much earlier than first thought.
A sea voyage and a satellite mission will combine to produce a more detailed picture of the ocean’s currents than ever before.