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.
Analysis points to commercial activity beyond reach of national jurisdiction.
NOAA’s Office of Law Enforcement deploys ROVs to inspect offshore lobster gear.
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