Researchers find multiple risks to the environment as pig production shifts southwest and northeast.
Additional research on the region and its surrounding areas is already revealing the extent of wetland networks and how the Maya used them.
Rotating corn and soybeans, a widely used practice among Midwest farmers, potentially could contribute to long-term declines in soil organic matter, according to new research from an Iowa State University scientist.
Massive networks of drains, pipes and tiles that enable food production on much of the world’s most productive cropland are due for expansion and replacement to meet the demands of agricultural intensification and climate change.
Appearing in everything from sushi rolls to sandwiches, tuna are among the world’s favourite fish. But are our current tuna fishing habits sustainable?
Research by ecologists at the University of Toronto and Ontario’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry shows strong evidence in a freshwater lake of “fishing down the food web”.
NOAA Fisheries has formally rolled out a web-based screening tool that can flag potentially mislabeled finfish fillets before they hit the seafood aisle.
Like atmospheric methane and carbon dioxide, ground-level ozone is on the rise.
In spite of its clear significance to the planet, the expansive region is a complex and challenging place for remote sensing scientists to study.
Both stormwater control and stream restoration are proven ways to reduce erosion along water channels.
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