A giant methane cloud caught by satellite in 2014 looming over the U.S. Southwest wasn’t a persistent hotspot, as first thought when it made national news.
In the wake of three typhoons within a month, the Philippines provinces of Cagayan and Isabela have seen some of their worst flooding in decades.
For animals in the Arctic, life is a balancing act.
NOAA partnerships, smart technology to map the deepest and darkest ocean regions.
Trees and other vegetation can help mitigate climate change, by taking in carbon dioxide during photosynthesis and storing it in stems, trunks, leaves and roots.
The impact of sea surface temperature variations in the tropical Pacific on global climate has long been recognized.
Indonesian wildfires that cause widespread air pollution and vast carbon emissions are a "fixable problem", according to the leader of a project set up to help tackle the issue.
Washington State University scientists have developed a new way to classify the ocean’s diverse environments, shedding new light on how marine biomes are defined and changed by nature and humans.
After severe hurricanes dropped torrential rain on Guatemala, Nicaragua, and other countries, NASA researchers worked to map potential landslide hazards.
Burning leftover straw after the rice harvest has once again blanketed the region with smoke.
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