The Oldest Forest in the World Has Been Discovered in a New York Quarry
The fossilized roots, which date 386 million years, shed light on Earth’s first forests and the enormous effect they had on global climate and ecology.
1,200-Year-Old Viking Runestone May Warn of Climate Change, Study Says
Researchers said that the ancient inscription may be “connected to a memory of climate crisis and probably to the anxiety about a similar one occurring.”
Scientists Probe the Mysteries of a Well-Preserved 2,500-Year-Old Human Brain
A team examined tissues from the unusually intact Heslington Brain, which belonged to a man who was killed in Iron Age England.