The Black Rock Mountain is the highest state park in Georgia named for its cliffs of biotite gneiss, a dark-colored sheet silicate.
Many wild plant species thought to be “stable” in the face of climate change are actually responding to global warming, say researchers at UC Santa Barbara’s National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis.
Satellite images have revealed that a network of ancient rivers once coursed their way through the sand of the Arabian Desert, leading scientists to believe that the region experienced wetter periods in the past.
A day of fun, inspirations and a team-motivating workshop “Nature and Landscape Photography” was a great experience with a small group of outdoor photographers through the Tallulah Gorge State Park.
Early snowmelt caused by climate change in the Colorado Rocky Mountains snowballs into two chains of events: a decrease in the number of flowers, which, in turn, decreases available nectar.