Four new research projects are giving a boost to NOAA’s ability to measure, track and forecast ocean acidification, warming and other important ocean health indicators.
A class of Simon Fraser University graduate students initiated a pro-active move this summer to improve the Fraser River’s habitat for salmon.
The dual-purpose cotton variety developed by Texas A&M researchers has the potential to make a significant impact on nutrition security around the world.
Satellite views of the tallest peak in the continental US show its rugged beauty.
Curtin University researchers have discovered that a global ice age more than 600 million years ago dramatically altered the face of the planet, leaving a barren, flooded landscape and clear oceans.
During the summer heatwaves of 2019, glacier melt rates reached record levels. This led to another year of major losses of ice volume, as reported by the Cryospheric Commission of the Swiss Academy of Sciences.
For the past six summers, teams of teachers have met in Superior, Wisconsin, to kick off a week of watershed exploration.
Geologists shed light on relatively young volcanoes of the eastern United States.
Oct. 11, 2019, marks the 25th anniversary of the end of a space mission that transformed the way we use radar to observe large-scale environmental processes on our home planet.
Researchers analyzed decades of satellite imagery to review more data than in previous studies.
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