Maps derived from satellite data show island conditions post-storm.
NASA’s DC-8 will be conducting low-level flights over the Los Angeles Basin and San Joaquin Valley on Sept. 5 as the flying laboratory returns from a two-month investigation into the life cycles of smoke from fires in the United States.
Surge in microplastics could serve as marker for “the Great Acceleration”.
Synchronized coral spawning has become erratic, endangering the long-term survival of coral species, TAU researchers say.
Scientists study how a massive input of external nutrients alters marine ecosystems.
Scientists look at socioeconomic and environmental impacts of balancing food demand and production.
The Leukaemic Stem Cell research group, led by Ruth M. Risueño, has discovered in preclinical trials that a particular group of antihistamines can kill leukaemic stem cells.
Floods and flash floods kill more people each year than any other severe weather hazard.
The rising and falling of the sea is a phenomenon upon which we can always depend.
The USGS is providing comprehensive scientific capabilities and information that decision makers, emergency responders and communities can use to help them prepare, cope and recover from the storm.
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