Washington State University scientists have developed a new way to classify the ocean’s diverse environments, shedding new light on how marine biomes are defined and changed by nature and humans.
After severe hurricanes dropped torrential rain on Guatemala, Nicaragua, and other countries, NASA researchers worked to map potential landslide hazards.
Burning leftover straw after the rice harvest has once again blanketed the region with smoke.
State Climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon says drier and warmer conditions over much of the state could last until spring.
A new analysis of California’s Monterey Bay evaluates kelp’s potential to reduce ocean acidification, the harmful fallout from climate change on marine ecosystems and the food they produce for human populations.
The melting of the Hardanger fjord glacier is one of the fastest glacial melts we know of.
Lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic is associated with an increase in high blood pressure among patients admitted to emergency.
Small photosynthetic marine algae are a key component of the Arctic marine ecosystem but their role for the ecology of the Arctic Ocean have been underestimated for decades.
It will come as no surprise to anyone living in Phoenix that 2020 has been a record-breaking year for high temperatures.
Just a handful of rice and beans – a part of our world is starved.
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