A pilot project has estimated emissions and removals of carbon dioxide in individual nations using satellite measurements.
Warmer and drier climate conditions in western U.S. forests are making it less likely that trees can regenerate after wildfires, according to new research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Compound drought and heatwaves cause massive damage to human lives and society, and their occurrence has been increasing in northern East Asia since the late 1990s.
Europe’s life science laboratory EMBL is leading the TREC project: the first pan-European and cross-disciplinary effort to examine life in its natural context at unprecedented scales.
A new study focusing on 750,000 acres of U.S. coastal areas finds that mussels act as ecosystem engineers, helping sustain salt marshes in the face of climate change.
Short-distance migration, which accounts for the vast majority of migratory movements in the world, is crucial for climate change adaptation, according to new research from the University of East Anglia (UEA).
Proxy data – indirect records of the Earth’s climate found in unlikely places like coral, pollen, trees, and sediments – show interesting oscillations approximately every 100,000 years starting about 1 million years ago.
The Phlegraean volcanic fields just west of Naples, Italy, are among the top eight emitters of volcanic carbon dioxide in the world.
In the battle between weeds and crops, weeds are winning.
The University of Liverpool is leading a new collaborative research project to explore how the Gulf Stream affects the climate system through the transport of nutrients and carbon.
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