In June 2020, just the right weather patterns were in place to provide a clear view of the snowy landscape.
AIRS measures the infrared and microwave radiation emitted from Earth to study the planet's weather and climate.
First half of this year saw near-record warmth for the globe.
The regions that will be hardest hit by climate change are the ones that already get slammed with rain during wet seasons and struggle with drought during dry seasons, researchers found.
Anthropogenic factors could directly influence PAHs patterns in intertidal sediment.
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest rose 10.7 percent last month compared to June 2019, the 14th consecutive month of worsening tree loss, according to new data from the country’s national space research agency, INPE.
As scientists detect plant fluorescence in better detail, they inch closer to helping farmers respond to extreme weather and close in on understanding how carbon cycles through ecosystems.
Heat indices will make it feel like 100+ degrees across most of the South for the next week.
The colossus iceberg that split from Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf on 12 July 2017 is now in the open waters of the South Atlantic near the South Orkney Islands, about 1050 km from its birthplace.
Amidst growing concern about the pollution it causes, several countries have, in recent years, restricted the use of certain foamed polystyrene products.
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