Researchers asked participants how appealing, interesting, and calming they found images of seawalls with different numbers of seaweed and animal species on them.
The study suggests using satellite data to create better 3D visualizations of the Earth could be useful in directing natural disaster responses.
However, in small quantities it can be quite sustainable, shows a study by the University of Bonn
Co-authored by Texas A&M scientists, new research shows how levels of black carbon and dust are related to climate and monsoons.
For the first time, researchers have spotted short-term, regional fluctuations in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) across the globe due to emissions from human activities.
The coastal and oceanic conditions off of northern Peru create a “dreamland for surfers.”
Grasslands, savannas, and dry forests have become popular places to grow soy.
Research led by Oregon State University shows that fires are more likely to burn their way into national forests than out of them.
As the population grew, the conversion of natural landscapes into farmland has become common in parts of the continent.
New method reveals potential losses at four U.S. locations
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