Findings have implications for how federal agencies assess pesticides for breast cancer risk.
Current distribution of the invasive weed, Mimosa diplotricha, was based on roadside surveys, literature reviews and herbarium data.
Researchers analyzed the interconnected food, water and energy challenges that arise from the sugar industry in India – the second-largest producer of sugar worldwide – and how the political economy drives those challenges.
Plants that can survive in harsh environments like Canada’s Devon Island may be good candidates for eventually terraforming the Red Planet.
The average size of a dingo is increasing, but only in areas where poison-baits are used, a collaborative study led by UNSW Sydney shows.
Researchers say cooling 13,000 years ago is coincident with major volcanic eruption.
A project led by Penn State researchers is aimed at ensuring the economic and environmental sustainability of agriculture in the face of development pressures and other challenges of urbanization.
Pest colonizes grape vines, forms root and leaf tumors, repels other predators.
Agricultural production is highly sensitive to weather and climate, which affect when farmers and land managers plant seeds or harvest crops.
A drought around South America’s second longest river has grounded ships and contributed to a rash of fire in the delta and floodplain.
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