A new paper in the May 11, 2021 online issue of Nature Communications demonstrates why keeping local lakes and other waterbodies clean produces cost-effective benefits locally and globally.
Road networks extend some 20 million miles across the globe, and that number is projected to increase by an additional 15 million miles or so by 2050.
Extreme weather is harming UK agriculture – but many farmers have not yet made adapting to the effects of the climate emergency a priority, a new study shows.
A new Dartmouth Engineering study shows that integrating renewable energy into the American Electric Power System (AEPS) would enhance the grid's resilience, meaning a highly resilient and decarbonized energy system is possible.
The Gulf of Kutch is home to India’s first national marine reserve.
A seaward journey set sail in the northern Atlantic in early May — the sequel to a complementary expedition that took place in the northern Pacific in 2018.
Clavelina oblonga, an invasive marine fouling species, not only reduces diversity in communities it invades, it also interferes in their recovery following natural disasters.
People spend about 80-90% of their time indoors, and graduate students of academic institutes could spend up to 15 hours per day in their offices.
Nearly 85 percent of Mexico is experiencing drought, and water sources are dwindling.
Dust in the air in Arizona and other southwestern states is not just a concern for air quality – it can also carry the fungus which causes Valley fever, an infectious and potentially severe disease.
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