Nitrogen is an essential part of our ecosystem. The nitrogen-based compounds must cycle through air, water, and soil in a delicate balance to make the ecosystem function.
The ice shelves surrounding the Antarctic coastline retreated at speeds of up to 50 metres per day at the end of the last Ice Age, far more rapid than the satellite-derived retreat rates observed today, new research has found.
Climate change could cause abrupt shifts in the amount of vegetation growing in parts of Great Britain, new research shows.
Since air and water quality are linked, researchers expect to see signs of cleaner water in the short term.
Scientists at the University of Stirling have authored a new report providing guidance on identifying and strengthening best practices for animal welfare in aquaculture.
NASA’s GPM core satellite analyzed rainfall generated from post-tropical cyclone Bertha as it continues to move toward the Great Lakes.
Bacteria have a cunning ability to survive in unfriendly environments.
Bangladesh is on track to lose all of its forestland in the next 35-40 years, leading to a rise in CO2 emissions and subsequent climate change, researchers said.
Oregon State University researchers who recently discovered a population of blue whales in New Zealand are learning more about the links between the whales, their prey and ocean conditions that are changing as the planet warms.
In 2014, EU leaders agreed that all sectors should contribute to the European 2030 emission reduction target, including the land use sector, which did not count towards the achievement of the previous climate change mitigation goals.
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