The accelerating melting of the Himalayan glaciers threatens the water supply of millions of people in Asia, new research warns.
Researchers have incorporated phosphorene nanoribbons into new types of solar cells, dramatically improving their efficiency.
Unpaved roads, open pastures and land use patterns contribute to poor water quality
Poisons can linger in the ecosystem decades after they were last applied
Three extreme rainy seasons in a row have pushed rivers and wetlands to heights not seen in decades.
A study of restored wetlands on the Danish island of Funen reveals that plant species richness remains extremely poor many years after wetlands restoration.
NASA researchers also are using satellite data to map damage in the affected areas.
The tornadoes that ripped across the central and southern U.S. late in the evening of December 10, 2021, were notable in many ways.
Researchers are looking for strategies to improve rice cropping systems in order to feed a growing global population.
Researchers will determine the role of climate in extreme events
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