Just a few months after an unusually warm winter with minimal ice, the surface temperatures of the lakes are now near or above records.
With a small nudge to a satellite’s orbit, scientists will soon have simultaneous laser and radar measurements of ice, providing new insights into Earth’s frozen regions.
A Columbia study provides a blueprint for the use of genomics to help combat climate change.
Federal regulators have moved to delay assessment and action on chemicals that could contaminate drinking water.
How energy-intensive economies can survive and thrive as the globe ramps up climate action.
Study‘s agar ‘frogs’ help to determine impact of water loss, temperature rise
Research led by The University of Texas at Austin is allowing for more accurate forecasts of the monsoon season further in advance.
A recent study from the University of Florida found that sea level rise—combined with the burrowing and grazing activities of Sesarma, a native marsh crab—are causing salt marshes across the U.S. South Atlantic Coast to rapidly fracture and reorganize.
In the Pfyn Forest (canton of Valais), WSL scientists have been irrigating a number of forest plots since 2003.
The study examined over 6,200 species from eight taxonomic groups, including insects, birds, and flowering plants.
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