Savannas and grasslands in drier climates around the world store more heat-trapping carbon than scientists thought they did and are helping to slow the rate of climate warming, according to a new study.
Along the Asian coastlines there are many areas where rural communities experience alarming rates of sea level rises due to land subsidence up to 10 cm per year.
Study shows users can be primed to believe certain things about an AI chatbot’s motives, which influences their interactions with the chatbot.
A data-driven modeling system that reconstructs oceanic circulation of the Red Sea highlights the importance of developing region-specific historical datasets.
Monitoring seaweed growth has the potential to accelerate regenerative seaweed farming and ocean restoration, and scale blue carbon initiatives, all presenting important opportunities in the fight against climate change.
After sampling the skies over two Japanese mountains, scientists have found microplastics in the clouds.
Increased government investment in climate change mitigation is prompting agricultural sectors to find reliable methods for measuring their contribution to climate change.
Utah engineers and scientists to lead international center supporting climate resilience for 136,000-mile network of power lines.
Warming led to an intensified methane cycle, lasting thousands of years, study finds.
When a storm’s charging zone sits close to the earth’s surface, the resulting “superbolts” can be 1,000 times stronger than regular lightning.
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