Data for this study came from two long-term research sites in the remote deserts of the American Southwest—one in Death Valley and the other near Oatman, Arizona.
WVU team unearths manipulative qualities of fungal-infected flyers.
A high-resolution atmospheric assessment for the northern Red Sea coast in Saudi Arabia shows the region has some of the best air quality in the Kingdom.
Models based on images from unmanned aerial vehicles and satellites can help farmers to monitor the health of individual trees.
Study looked at physical and chemical properties of soils collected from active bee and sand nest wasp sites in the Willamette Valley of western Oregon.
Tropical storms often begin with an impressive display of pyrotechnics, but researchers have largely overlooked the role of lightning strikes in tropical ecosystems.
An endangered aquatic insect that lives in icy streams fed by glaciers might not mind if the water grows warmer due to climate change.
As water levels rise from excessive monsoon rainfall, dam operators discharge water through spillway gates.
NASA’s Aqua satellite obtained visible imagery as Tropical Storm Hanna formed in the Gulf of Mexico and continued to organize.
A new study spells out what that means for the permafrost that underlies about 85% of the state, and the consequences for Earth’s global climate.
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