The ancient crop provides flavor for humans and forage for livestock.
A common weed harbors important clues about how to create drought resistant crops in a world beset by climate change.
Texas A&M AgriLife entomologists explain the factors behind the endangered pollinators' population decline.
Precipitation alone does not properly characterize vegetation water stresses.
Global ocean temperatures are increasing due to climate change, exposing ecosystems to extreme temperatures called marine heatwaves (MHWs), which can increase the temperature of marine waters by 5°C higher than normal in summer.
For every three trees dying from drought in the Amazon rainforest, a fourth tree – even though not directly affected – will die, too.
A new study uses data from the ECOSTRESS instrument aboard the space station to better understand why some parts of a wildfire burn more intensely than others.
Part of an array of marine and air uncrewed tools NOAA is using to improve forecast models
Preparedness is key during the peak months of hurricane season
Record-breaking rainfall brought devastating flash floods and landslides to Missouri, Kentucky, and other parts of the central United States in the last week of July 2022.
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