Framework will help nations gauge progress and pitfalls
Longer hotter and drier spells in countries around the world due to climate change could hit important global crops within the next 50 years.
The Aweme borer is a yellowish-brown moth with an inch-and-a half wingspan. In the often-colorful world of lepidopterology — the study of moths and butterflies — it’s not particularly flashy, but it is exceedingly rare.
As climate change affects habitats, fisheries species face change, too.
While wildfires are a natural part of California’s landscape, a severe drought, coupled with extreme temperatures, have sustained several major fires for much of August.
Texas A&M researchers have a novel idea to capture waste from passenger vehicle exhaust for use in urban greenhouses for food production.
Researchers propose a AU$41 billion nationwide plan for habitat restoration to prevent species loss that will pay for itself through carbon sequestration revenue.
Hurricane Ida left behind large new patches of open water that scientists will be watching closely to see if vegetation and healthy marshes return.
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
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