Researcher says marine plastic is a problem worldwide, and comparable hermit crab losses on a global scale would have important implications for ecosystems.
The loss of the ice shelf supporting one of Antarctica’s most vulnerable glaciers could hasten its collapse, a new study finds.
An EU-funded initiative is developing a research strategy to address environmental challenges and offer multiple benefits.
Research into a UK arable farm has indicated that the soil could be eroded to the point of bedrock exposure within two centuries.
Researchers at Yale have created a model that enables more accurate calculations of the environmental footprints associated with a range of industrial processes — and the products and services we purchase.
New University of Arizona-led science is using air-based maps of plant chemistry to improve carbon cycling models in hyperdiverse tropical forests.
International team assesses widespread effects of polar warming.
Researchers calculate damages caused by weather phenomenon in the West over 40-year period.
A research project conducted by Aalto University found that favoring broadleaved species in boreal forestry is a climate-friendly option when considering the forest albedo.
KIT climatologists consider subsiding air masses from high altitude to be responsible for extreme hot spells rather than hot air transported from the south.
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