Puerto Rico now has an air quality warning system that provides three days of advance notice about potentially harmful dust that travels across the Atlantic Ocean from the Sahara Desert.
When it comes to “ocean color”, both the wavelength and intensity of the colors leaving the ocean are important.
A Siamese crocodile that was released into the wild in 2018 has been recorded nesting in Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains.
A citizen science collaboration, of which the University of Aberdeen is part of, launched a new tool this week to help members of the public learn more about bumblebees.
Ice core samples were analyed for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and fragrances as representative emerging pollutants from the 1930s to 2005.
A decade of acoustic data reveals changes in distribution in four species of baleen whales since 2010. Warming ocean waters and shifting prey could be among the reasons.
Bacterial leaf streak of corn is an emerging disease of corn that has now spread to ten states.
Magnetically separating waste particles makes it possible to reclaim a variety of raw materials from waste.
The rapid expansion of the bauxite industry has come at a cost to both humans and the environment.
Blooms of the toxic microbes can adversely affect marine life, seafood and water quality.
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