Hurricane Ida left behind large new patches of open water that scientists will be watching closely to see if vegetation and healthy marshes return.
On August 8, NASA’s TROPICS Pathfinder satellite captured global first light images as well as a look inside the structure of Hurricane Ida before and after it made landfall.
Texas A&M AgriLife is collaborating on a new approach to improve vegetable and fruit crops.
Warmer climate will make diamondback moths more widespread, harder to control
A series of recent research papers from a McGill-led team has found that the herbicide glyphosate—commonly sold under the label Roundup—can alter the structure of natural freshwater bacterial and zooplankton communities.
The potent storm in the Western Pacific intensified from a tropical depression to a super typhoon in less than 48 hours.
Compound environmental shocks and their impact on food insecurity in Nepal, one of the world’s most disaster-prone countries, was the focus of research conducted by faculty in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences.
Earth system scientists at UCI studied air trapped in compacted layers of Antarctic ice and snow to come up with some answers and a few new questions about the amount of molecular hydrogen in our planet’s atmosphere.
U.S. plagued by multiple deadly weather and climate disasters in August
The most devastating tornadoes are often preceded by a cloudy plume of ice and water vapor billowing above a severe thunderstorm.
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