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June 2022: U.S. Dominated by Remarkable Heat, Dryness

Nation struck with 9 separate billion-dollar disasters so far this year

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Long-Term Monitoring Highlights Continued Recovery of Roanoke River Fish and Mussel Populations

Eighteen years after restoring flow to an important section of the Roanoke River, populations of key species are growing.

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Great Air Quality for the Great Lakes Region

Air quality planning agencies in the U.S. Great Lakes region now include high-resolution NASA satellite data and near real-time Earth observations in their ozone pollution assessments.

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Electric Vehicles Pass the Remote Road Test

According to the researchers, transport is one of the key issues we need to tackle to limit the worst effects of climate change.

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Once Facing Extinction, Massive Fin Whales Have Returned to Antarctic Waters

After being driven to the brink of extinction, fin whales, the second-largest creatures on Earth, have returned to their ancestral feeding grounds around the Antarctic Peninsula.

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Study Shows ‘Unprecedented’ Changes to World’s Rivers

Dartmouth researchers show how dams and land use are altering flows of sediment.

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Creating a Net Zero Journey From Farm to Fork

A novel research network aims move the country’s agri-food industry closer to net zero emissions, enabling the UK to meet its 2050 emissions target.

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Education System ‘Neglecting the Importance of Plants’

People are becoming “disconnected from the botanical world” at a time when plants could help solve global environmental problems, warn a group of research scientists.

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Study Predicts Growth in UK Wine Production Due to Climate Change

New research reveals how climate change is likely to increase the potential for wine production in the UK – with conditions projected to resemble those in famous growing regions of France and Germany.

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