Mysterious Craters in the Seafloor Were Likely Formed by Garbage, Scientists Say
Scientists were investigating the cause of "pockmarks" on the seafloor when they made an unsettling discovery: thousands of mini-craters, apparently formed by garbage.
Scientists Are Luring Fish Back to Dead Reefs by Playing Them Sounds From Thriving, Healthy Reefs
The technique has shown promising results, and researchers hope it could be used to restore parts of the Great Barrier Reef.
We're About to Cross 9 Critical Climate Tipping Points, Scientists Say
These tipping points are now "active," scientists warn, and the rapid melting of polar ice and the loss of critical habitats could trigger an irreversible “global tipping point.”