Finding clues to the present in what happened 372 million years ago
Human-wildlife conflict is a central issue in the conservation sciences.
Wharton Risk Management and Decision Processes Center director talks about strategies for resilience and recovery.
Warming will result in thaw, subsidence, and inundation according to researchers.
Researchers could show a clear correlation between the level of air pollutants and the concentration of pollutants in the leaves.
When snow and ice melt, road salt goes with them, washing into lakes, streams, wetlands and groundwater.
Launched Tuesday to the space station, the COWVR and TEMPEST two instruments could lead the way to big improvements in gathering key information for weather forecasting.
New report maps their spread into tundra region of Alaska and northern Canada
EIT Food-funded project enables farmers to better understand and get the best value out of their fields
Heidelberg researchers investigate how the spoonweed genus successfully adapted to extreme climatic changes over millions of years.
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