Tropical cyclones brought devastation around the world
Measurements from EMIT, the Earth Surface Mineral Dust Source Investigation, will improve computer simulations researchers use to understand climate change.
Researchers from ETH Zurich are studying how alpine vegetation is responding to a warming climate – and how some plant communities are continuing to stand firm against newcomers from lower elevations.
Leading researchers are calling for a cease to native forest logging if Australia wants to meet its net zero targets in coming decades.
Wild oysters provide ecosystem services that are well-documented, such as improving water quality and supplying aquatic animal habitat.
Rutgers scientists and high school volunteers from Camden are using nature to mitigate the effects of coastal erosion in southern New Jersey.
The Salton Sea, California’s most polluted inland lake, has lost a third of its water in the last 25 years.
Assessment shows where conservation efforts to protect soil biodiversity and ecosystem services are needed most.
How healthy are coral reefs?
Every year, the West loses 1.3 million acres of its iconic sagebrush steppe, according to the newest report from a multi-agency group working to conserve this important ecosystem.
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