Tel Aviv University report is first to assess presence of plastic additives in Eastern Mediterranean and Red Sea marine life.
PM 2.5 pollution is falling but ground-level ozone pollution is on the rise.
A new study examines how the switch to conservation tillage has impacted Acton Lake over the past decades.
Seagrass beds are so effective in protecting tropical beaches from erosion, that they can reduce the need for regular, expensive beach nourishments that are used now.
Arguably, one of the world’s most famous insects, the monarch butterfly, is currently experiencing dire problems with its migration in eastern North America.
Ten times more trash washes up on the coast of Texas than any of the other Gulf states.
As the climate warms, the mean vertical gradient in water vapor and tropospheric temperature will increase.
European farmers need to take a new course with regard to ensuring climate-resilience of important crops such as wheat.
New studies show options for gathering water from fog, condensation.
Older adults with cancer are more likely to have had a heart attack or stroke in the months prior to their cancer diagnosis compared with similar adults who do not have cancer during the same period, according to a report published online today in Blood.
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