Sydney’s water levels have fallen below 50%, triggering Stage 1 water restrictions.
AAP Image/Dean Lewins
Dry and warm conditions in winter are set to continue into spring, and the likely culprit is the positive Indian Ocean Dipole
The math of raindrops.
Why does the impact of rain in a puddle look different from when it falls elsewhere, like in a lake or the ocean? A 'puddle equation' dives deep into the secret math of ripples.
If you are bitten by a tick that is infected with Lyme disease, a single dose of antibiotics can prevent an infection from developing, if administered within 72 hours of tick removal.
If you are bitten by a tick, you need to find out what species it was, fast. A research team has developed a website to help people in Quebec, Ontario and New Brunswick do just that.
Why do we eat chocolate bunnies at Easter? It’s a long story.
Easter is actually a mish-mash of different traditions celebrating the coming of spring.
Record heat in February 2019 caused shock and delight in equal measure. Behind the balmy weather lie challenges for British wildlife.
The reason we have seasons is because, during its journey around the Sun, the Earth is tilted.
Study shows that the availability of springs may have controlled human evolution.
From hot to cold and cold to hot, the weather can make a difference to our health.
Changes in temperature and season do affect our health – and not just when the weather turns cold.
Too bad this picture’s not scratch n sniff.
OK, it doesn’t smell great. But skunk cabbage has a unique secret weapon to help it be one of the first plants to emerge from the snow at the end of winter.
Climate change could make your hay fever much worse, thanks to three times more pollen allergens in the air.
It’s now late spring, with summer just around the corner, and many people with hay fever suffer at this time of year in Australia. Although the cause of this suffering is invisible to us, it is actually…
Watching the sun over a nature reserve in ACT, Australia.
It’s the time of the equinox or more specifically the spring equinox for us in the southern hemisphere. The equinox is a midpoint. It’s around now that day and night become equal in length (but more about…
Sydney’s September was warmer than its November, a very unusual occurence.
The spring of 2013 has been Australia’s warmest on record. Mean temperatures for the season were 1.57C above the 1961-1990 average, surpassing the previous record of 1.43C (set in 2006) by 0.14C. Daytime…