Bacterial leaf streak of corn is an emerging disease of corn that has now spread to ten states.
Blooms of the toxic microbes can adversely affect marine life, seafood and water quality.
In low precipitation periods – where and how is the limited available water distributed and what possibilities are there for improving retention in the soil and the landscape?
'Water plants are a nuisance in streams, blocking the flow. You should remove them'.
Biodiversity is severely threatened both in Switzerland and worldwide, and numerous organisms are facing massive declines – particularly in freshwater ecosystems.
Beavers and wolverines in Northern Alberta are using industry-created borrow pits as homes and feeding grounds, according to a new study by University of Alberta ecologists.
Just a few months after an unusually warm winter with minimal ice, the surface temperatures of the lakes are now near or above records.
With a small nudge to a satellite’s orbit, scientists will soon have simultaneous laser and radar measurements of ice, providing new insights into Earth’s frozen regions.
A Columbia study provides a blueprint for the use of genomics to help combat climate change.
Research led by The University of Texas at Austin is allowing for more accurate forecasts of the monsoon season further in advance.
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