Fish populations in Canada need to be urgently rebuilt.
A new study found that the abundance of these floating plants has increased due to urbanization.
Earth-observing instruments on satellites and aircraft are mapping the current fires, providing data products to agencies on the ground that are responding to the emergency.
Sheep farmers would no longer need government subsidies if they allowed land to return to forest, University of Sheffield research finds.
Rice is the most consumed staple food in the world.
Solving a mystery from the Dust Bowl to help plan for climate change.
Plumes of cool water are potential sources of pollution.
Enzymes that control a plant’s response to lower oxygen levels could be manipulated to make vital crops resistant to the impacts of flooding triggered by climate change, new research shows.
Bane of gardeners and foresters alike, Amur honeysuckle can be identified from space
The team analyzed more than 250,000 scenes from the Landsat satellite missions.
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