Flooding has caused hundreds of billions of dollars in damage in the U.S. over the past three decades.
Nation saw its 5th-warmest year on record.
Global warming in excess of 2 degrees Celsius has already been set into motion by past emissions, says a team of researchers including a Texas A&M professor.
Fishermen contend with regulations, natural disasters, and the ups and downs of the stocks they fish, along with many other changes.
The water levels of the Caspian Sea will be 9 to 18 metres lower than they are now, German and Dutch researchers calculate.
The lockdowns that resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic have reduced greenhouse gas emissions.
UD’s Kyle Davis investigates how to make the global food supply more resilient
The Texas A&M College of Engineering's James Kaihatu joins a team that will study the vulnerability of petrochemical facilities in Galveston Bay and risks to nearby communities.
UMass Amherst geologist and team studied marshes from Wall Street to Albany
A Texas A&M researcher is participating in a multi-university and national laboratory project to create an advanced system that understands and renders production processes and conditions as they happen.
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