By mid-July 2020, rainfall had triggered flooding and landslides that affected millions of people across South and East Asia.
Texas A&M team finds Gulf waters becoming harmful to marine life, commercial fishing could be threatened.
The Salmon River in Idaho, one of the longest free-flowing rivers in the United States, rushes through a geologic wonderland of wooded ridges, eroded bluffs, and stone towers and crags.
A Texas A&M-Galveston professor contributed to a report that shows shark populations have continued to shrink in the last 70 years.
Global warming threatens collapse of most polar bear populations by end of century.
A Texas A&M AgriLife study says that the use of blue light can help with pest control, research and insect collecting.
More than 1.3 billion tonnes of plastic will be dumped on land and in the oceans over the period from 2016 to 2040 unless the world acts, say a team of global experts.
Having more flowers and maintaining diverse bee communities could help reduce the spread of bee parasites, according to a new study.
Researchers in Spain propose mitigating methane production by dairy cattle through breeding.
A closer look at DNA from south-western Australia’s native Nuytsia floribunda, known as the WA Christmas Tree, has found that temperature, rather than rainfall, impacts the tree’s resilience and reproductive success.
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