Drought-parched wetlands in South America have been burning for weeks.
On July 26, Svalbard’s only active coal mine, Gruve 7, was reported to be flooded by its operators, Store Norske Spitsbergen Kulkompani.
More than 45 U.S. Geological Survey scientists are in the field today from Louisiana to Georgia, working to measure the extensive flooding across the Southeast caused by Hurricane Sally’s heavy rains.
New research by University of Alberta scientists on the risks for metal contamination at an inactive mining site in northwestern Saskatchewan could help inform a strategy for a safe long-term reclamation of the site.
Barren fields and eerie, dead forests on Maryland’s Eastern Shore are some of the obvious signs of an “invisible flood”.
Natural disasters ranging from hurricanes to river flooding can expose people to dangerous environmental contaminants.
The Milne Ice Shelf on the northwest coast of Nunavut’s Ellesmere Island has broken-up, reducing in size by almost half and setting large ice islands adrift in the Arctic Ocean.
Ecologists at the University of Toronto are sounding the alarm after measuring the scale of human response needed to reduce future levels of plastic in the world’s aquatic ecosystems and manage what’s already floating around out there.
A new dataset reveals interesting patterns about where and why rivers define national borders.
Deep-sea coral reefs face challenges as changes to ocean chemistry triggered by climate change may cause their foundations to become brittle, a study suggests.
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