Exposure to extreme heat increases both chronic and acute malnutrition among infants and young children in low-income countries – threatening to reverse decades of progress, Cornell research finds.
When a severe summer drought hit Europe in 2018, the impact on food systems was immediate.
Professors say it is a sign of more to come as climate change continues to create extreme weather challenges.
New research refining the amount of sunlight absorbed by black carbon in smoke from wildfires will help clear up a longtime weak spot in Earth system models, enabling more accurate forecasting of global climate change.
With nearly a third of the U.S. facing excessive heat warnings and the U.K. coming off of a stretch of record high temperatures, weather is dominating headlines around the world.
With heatwaves and triple-digit air temperatures afflicting much of the United States, there is at least one place that is colder than normal: Lake Superior.
Continuing a 22-year downward trend, water levels in Lake Mead stand at their lowest since April 1937, when the reservoir was still being filled for the first time. As of July 18, 2022, Lake Mead was filled to just 27 percent of capacity.
The Surface Water and Ocean Topography mission will make measurements of over 95% of Earth’s lakes, rivers, and reservoirs.
As extreme heatwaves ravage the United States, Europe and Africa, killing thousands, scientists warn that the worst is still to come.
Because it’s bigger, Jupiter ought to have larger, more spectacular rings than Saturn has.
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