Eight briefcase-size satellites flying in a row may be key to improving forecasts of a hurricane's wind speed — detecting whether it will make landfall as a Category 1 or a Category 5.
U.S. also saw 4 more billion-dollar disasters since May.
The new marine heat wave off the Pacific Coast is reminiscent of the early stages of the 2014–2016 “blob” that devastated marine life and is believed to have affected the weather.
IPCC report identifies two ocean trends - warming and acidification.
Scientists at the Biodiversity Unit of the University of Turku have studied the diversity of tropical parasitoid wasps for years.
Believing in climate change has no effect on whether or not coastal homeowners are protecting their homes from climate change-related hazards, according to a new study from the University of Notre Dame.
Texas A&M Geography’s Wendy Jepson co-authored new research quantifying experiences of household water insecurity in an equivalent way across low- and middle-income countries.
Researchers find multiple risks to the environment as pig production shifts southwest and northeast.
Australian hot and dry extremes can have devastating effects on human health and resources.
Additional research on the region and its surrounding areas is already revealing the extent of wetland networks and how the Maya used them.
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