Scientists study how Antarctic seals and penguins react to drones versus ground surveys.
Water touches virtually every aspect of human society, and all life on earth requires it. Yet, fresh, clean water is becoming increasingly scarce — one in eight people on the planet lack access to clean water.
Wildfire smoke can trigger a host of respiratory and cardiovascular symptoms, ranging from a runny nose and cough to a potentially life-threatening heart attack or stroke.
The super typhoon reached extreme intensity earlier in the year than any storm in the satellite era.
There were no records set in 2020-21, but the downward trends in polar ice continue.
Satellites such as the NASA and USGS Landsat 8 can help scientists identify where an algal bloom has formed in lakes or rivers.
Forecasters are excited about the potential for using aerial images for post-storm damage surveys.
The river is integral to Texas' irrigation. High salinity is changing the agricultural landscape.
Coral reefs are one of the most biologically diverse ecosystems on earth.
A first-of-its-kind study led by The University of Texas at Austin has found that rock weathering and water storage appear to follow a similar pattern across undulating landscapes where hills rise and fall for miles.
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