By mid-century, once dominant winter sports may slowly be replaced by activities less dependent on perfect winter conditions according to recently released research about changing patterns of recreation on public lands.
Interviews with Northern California residents reveal that social norms and social support are essential for understanding protective health behaviors during wildfire smoke events – information that could be leveraged to improve public health outcomes.
Extreme sea levels along coastlines across the world will become 100 times more frequent by the end of the century.
New research shows how deforestation and population growth have greatly impacted landslide risk in the Kivu Rift.
While methane concentrations are well observed, emissions have to be inferred based on a variety of factors.
Study finds low-rise, high-density urban environments are optimal for reducing GHG emissions.
The study’s results are the jumping off point for another research project to identify the location of coastal seeps throughout the island.
NOAA scientists now turning their attention to Las Vegas and Los Angeles
Study shows that heat pumps would cut greenhouse gas emissions everywhere if the grid is moderately decarbonized.
Ever-warmer summers are among the challenges confronting athletes competing in the Olympic Games.
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