The instrument on the International Space Station is uniquely positioned to provide wildfire responders with a high-resolution look at fire progression.
For decades, scientists have been tracking extreme thunderstorms created by wildfires. However, the ferocity of the storms that have popped up in Canada in 2021 has surprised them.
Texas A&M-Galveston marine biologist Daniel Roelke says the algae bloom can be devastating to marine life and can threaten humans.
Study shows that heat pumps would cut greenhouse gas emissions everywhere if the grid is moderately decarbonized.
In 2020, Colorado battled the four largest wildfires in its history, leaving residents anxious for another intense wildfire season this year.
Farmers who use cover crops for grazing are more likely to view them as increasing their profitability, even during the first few years, according to survey of eastern South Dakota producers.
Most International Federations in this summer’s Olympics are taking minimal if any action at all on climate and the environment, a new study has found.
Dissolved organic carbon is the most important intermediary in the global carbon cycle.
Of all the creatures on Earth, humans manipulate their environments the most. But, how far can we push it before something drastic happens?
Supercomputer-powered 3D imaging of root systems to help breeders develop climate-change adapted plants for farmers
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