Overall, Europe’s regional seas are slowly recovering from eutrophication, mainly due to efforts to reduce nutrient inputs over the past decades.
UD researchers involved in underwater mapping of the nuclear test sites in Pacific.
In 2-year odyssey, Utah professor surveys Great Salt Lake playa.
New research strongly suggests the distinct "oxygenation events" which created Earth’s breathable atmosphere happened spontaneously, rather than as a consequence of biological or tectonic revolutions.
Results suggest that the forest fire has greatly changed total organic carbon contents and also other nutrients, including nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium contents.
Research on monsoon formation and behavior can help inform climate models.
Satellite remote sensing has widely been used to monitor and characterize the spatial and temporal changes of the Earth’s vegetative cover.
New research shows road salt runoff into Mirror Lake in Adirondack Park prevents natural water turnover and therefore poses a risk to the balance of its ecology.
The latest version of the World Magnetic Model (WMM), one of the key tools developed to model the change in Earth's magnetic field, has been released.
Annual update charts ongoing impact of changing conditions on environment, communities.
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