Dalhousie professor gets first-hand look as disaster unfolds.
Copernicus satellites monitor continued bushfires ravaging the continent.
Researchers explain why the presence of cracks in Arctic ice causes low-level clouds to dissipate.
Researchers find a cause of high arsenic concentrations in recharged aquifers: dissolved organic compounds.
Fires are burning so fiercely that they are lofting smoke to unusual heights.
In November of last year, the wildfire that started in California, U.S.A burned areas that amount about the size of Seoul and destructed over 500 buildings for two weeks.
Nematodes are tiny, ubiquitous roundworms that infect plant roots, causing more than $100 billion in crop damage worldwide each year.
Salvage logging and re-seeding a forest after a wildfire helps reduce flooding and returns water levels to normal faster, according to a new paper from a Washington State University researcher.
Selective fishing can disrupt the delicate balance maintained between corals and algae in embattled Caribbean coral reefs.
Corals depend on their symbiotic relationships with the algae that they host.
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