CIRES, CU Boulder and NOAA scientists move fast to understand the impacts of post-fire smoke on indoor and outdoor air quality
New research offers an alternative perspective on adaptation to climate threats in Southeast Asia.
Increasing vegetation in the Himalaya may have implications for water supplies.
Agricultural scientists are changing the way they think about how and why they do field research.
New research from NOAA and CIRES finds that wildfire smoke is much more widespread and plays a much bigger role in contributing to ozone pollution than previously thought.
On December 30, 2021, the Marshall Fire ripped through suburban neighborhoods on the west side of the Denver-Boulder metropolitan area.
Arlene Fiore uses satellite data paired with ground observations to refine our understanding of ozone smog and interactions with meteorology and climate.
More than 20 million people in Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia now face some of the worst food security risks in 35 years.
Hurricane-force winds whipped fires across drought-parched grasslands and into suburban neighborhoods.
A new Texas A&M AgriLife study shows the annual crop can sequester atmospheric carbon dioxide.
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