Stanford hydrologist Newsha Ajami, an appointee to California’s regional water quality board, discusses how wildfires affect water quality, and how we can better prepare for and react to the challenges.
A new study from UW–Madison scientists shows bacteria’s critical role at the beginning of soil formation.
CSIRO research has found global warming will make it more difficult to predict multi-year global climate variations, a consequence of changes to long-term climate variability patterns in the Pacific Ocean.
A parasitic plant has found a way to circumvent an evolutionary arms race with the host plants from which it steals nutrients, allowing the parasite to thrive on a variety of agriculturally important plants.
The first year of the famine was Europe’s fourth-wettest year on record between 1290 and 2000
Struvite could be part of a circular phosphorus economy.
Modeling mercury release from soil erosion could help mine-heavy, deforested regions create helpful policies.
Blazes that have raged since October have charred eucalyptus and rainforests in New South Wales.
Ecohydrologist shares work on changes in riparian vegetation in Western U.S. drylands presented at American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting
Scientist discusses how NASA data advances crop science.
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