Uncle Segar is an expert on many things including the land, sea and sky. This knowledge is then captured in his artworks.
On the March equinox, everywhere in the world has more sunlight than darkness.
Understanding when there will be extreme heat and extreme cold can help people prepare.
Since 1979, the average number of snow days has fallen by about five per decade.
Warmer temperatures cannot increase the amount of carbon deciduous trees absorb in each growing season, a new study suggests.
The threats of climate change to plants, animals and people in Africa mean that the continent is an excellent place for biometeorological research.
States have been experimenting with more targeted approaches to slow the coronavirus's spread. Two strategies stand out.
New research on marmots in the US reveals how the topsy-turvy seasons are causing havoc among wildlife.
High temperatures, periods of increased relative humidity and more rainfall are likely to happen more in Nigeria's coastal region under future global warming.
A seasonal diet could reconnect people with nature's rhythms.
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.
Did you ever consider that human beings might have a breeding season? Birth seasonality exists – and has interesting implications for childhood disease outbreaks.
The tilt of Earth's axis as it orbits the sun results in the seasonal changes.
Technology has redefined astronomy. Pioneering telescope designs have allowed astronomers to unravel ever more complex questions about the universe and its mysteries.
The traditional TV schedule is still more important than we might think.
SAD has entered popular mythology, but that doesn't make it real.