Soils are under pressure from current farming practices, and the challenges are only increasing with the growing demand for food production.
In recent years, environmental problems caused by global warming have become more apparent due to greenhouse gases such as CO2.
When the rigid plates that make up the Earth’s lithosphere brush against one another, they often form visible boundaries, known as faults, on the planet’s surface. Strike-slip faults, such as the San Andreas Fault in California or the Denali Fault in Alaska, are among the most well-known and capable of seriously powerful seismic activity.
Is excitement over meat alternatives overheated?
Better fisheries management and conservation is effective at turning the tide on the shark and ray declines, according to a study from Simon Fraser University researchers.
In recent years, there have been increasing reports of toxic blue-green algae blooms in summer, even in German lakes, caused by climate warming and increased nutrient inputs.
As a pilot project involving University of Guelph researchers monitoring wastewater at Toronto Pearson Airport for coronavirus variants enters its second year, one of its lead researchers says the work has grown more complicated.
Could we feed a city on Mars? This question is central to the future of space exploration and has serious repercussions on Earth too.
Researchers discover elephant extinction could have major impact on atmospheric carbon levels.
A maritime area three times the size of the city of London holds the highest risk for oil spills in the Gulf which can have devastating consequences locally and globally.
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