Drought-stricken Arizona, Nevada face cuts in amount of water they can draw from Colorado River

Drought-stricken Arizona, Nevada face cuts in amount of water they can draw from Colorado River

Plants grow from an exposed lakebed cracking and drying out during low water levels due to the western drought on Lake Mead along the Colorado River in Boulder City, Nev., on June 28, 2022.PATRICK T. FALLON/AFP/Getty Images For the second year in a row, Arizona and Nevada will face cuts in the amount of water … Read more

Are dragonflies going extinct? Expert says unlikely – Saskatoon

Are dragonflies going extinct?  Expert says unlikely – Saskatoon

Will dragonflies be here in the future? A local expert says that the suggestion is rather outlandish. 4:40 Become a backyard naturalist for the National Weekend BioBlitz Become a backyard naturalist for the National Weekend BioBlitz Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Natural Resources and Built Environment Research Chair David Halstead says the dragonfly has been around … Read more

Signs in Martian Soil Point to Habitable Conditions For Life Over a Long Period

Signs in Martian Soil Point to Habitable Conditions For Life Over a Long Period

Is there life on Mars? Has there ever been? It’s one of the biggest questions we have about our planetary neighbor; now, research points to one particular part of the red planet that could have been able to harbor life several times across billions of years. Through a thorough study of images captured by the … Read more

Lava ‘Music’ Might Explain The Eruption Rhythms of The World’s Most Active Volcano

Lava ‘Music’ Might Explain The Eruption Rhythms of The World’s Most Active Volcano

The sounds of sloshing lava are music to a volcanologist’s ears. The reverberating belches and burps can help reveal what’s going on deep within a volcano’s belly. Putting an ear to the Kīlauea volcano in Hawaii has allowed researchers to track the temperature of magma and the migration of volcanic gasses as they bubble to … Read more