The Horn of Africa is facing drought and crop failures after four inadequate rainy seasons.
Antarctic saw another month of record-low sea ice coverage
Study will gather data on real-world vehicular and non-vehicular VOC emissions and the products of their chemical reactions in the atmosphere.
In the United States, pervasive and persistent heat domes put more than 150 million people under heat warnings and advisories in the month of July.
Rice University survey suggests some aren’t considering dangerous conditions to come
Sunnyside, one of Houston’s oldest historically Black communities, has been hit hard by many of the recent hurricanes that have struck along the Gulf of Mexico.
A series of 100-degree days have created worsening conditions for livestock and crop producers across the state, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agents report.
Particulate pollution remained high even while Covid-19 slowed the global economy.
Even a single nearby light can throw off the butterfly’s internal compass, UC biologists say
Researchers asked participants how appealing, interesting, and calming they found images of seawalls with different numbers of seaweed and animal species on them.
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