Both stormwater control and stream restoration are proven ways to reduce erosion along water channels.
Many small water systems in the United States struggle with disinfection compliance, a new study by Ohio State engineering professor Natalie Hull found.
Scientists get a remarkable glimpse into how the marine ecosystem 'reboots'.
Study shows how urban agriculture can push the sustainability of Phoenix.
A new analysis of Kotzebue Sound fish has found that mercury levels in a variety of its subsistence species are safe for unrestricted consumption.
In a new study, Biodesign researchers reveal that a lifelong dietary regimen of choline holds the potential to prevent Alzheimer's disease (AD).
Repeated disasters and environmental changes on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast are rapidly eroding the land, and along with it, an Indigenous tribe’s ability to sustain its culture, health and livelihoods, new research suggests.
Scientists will moor ship in Arctic ice for a year to better understand climate change.
Study of two drill sites in Alberta suggests recycling saline water produced by hydraulic fracturing affects microbial growth below ground.
Researchers will study the influence of gravity waves on the polar vortex over the Antarctic and analyze the chemical and dynamic processes at play in the tropopause.
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