Climate change seems to be altering forests, by making trees grow faster. Continue reading →
Will sequoias still be around as California's climate shifts under the influence of global warming?
After serving nearly 30 years as a doorstop for a nuclear physicist, a hunk of petrified wood has finally been recognized as a one-of-a-kind find.
The invasive species native to Japan and the Korean peninsula is no friend to forests or gardeners.
Rachel Sussman spent a decade traveling to remote locations around the world to photograph continuously living organisms that are 2,000 years old and older.
A new book pays tribute to Ansel Adams and the wilderness area in California that is named for him.
Foresters and environmental scientists recently calculated how increased use of wood construction materials would reduce carbon dioxide pollution and fossil fuel demand. Continue reading →
The world has moved on since the 1986 catastrophe, but one thing hasn't changed very much: The dead trees, plants and leaves at the contaminated site.
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