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
A team led by University of Illinois researchers has created a new model that provides researchers and policymakers with a database to estimate location-specific emissions for all greenhouse gases related to the plant- and animal-based human food industries.
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.
Using precision instruments and new mapping and machine-learning tools, a research team has been pinpointing sources of the greenhouse gas.
Even under a low emissions scenario, the research team found at least a roughly 50% chance of severe megadroughts by the end of the century.
By the end of the century, scientists expect climate change to reduce corn yield significantly, with some estimating losses up to 28%.
Important implications for food production and environmental monitoring.
Wildfires in the western United States have been spreading to higher elevations due to warmer and drier conditions.
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