Scant on-the-ground monitoring means researchers lack basic information.
University of Saskatchewan (USask) PhD student Arthur Situm has developed a new non-invasive technique to study the rusting of steel.
The UBC Vancouver campus is host to a staggering array of birds, and spring is their season.
Floodwaters lapping at front windows, charred buildings in the wake of a wildfire, homes damaged or demolished by heavy winds; the images are by now distressingly familiar.
Antibiotic resistance is spreading from wastewater treatment plants.
Brine discharged from the Carlsbad Desalination Plant raises offshore salinity levels more than permitted, but researchers found no direct local impacts on sea life.
World’s ~16,000 desalination plants discharge 142 million cubic meters of brine daily — 50% more than previously estimated; Enough in a year to cover Florida under a foot (30.5 cm) of brine.
Biosolarization shows promise for conventional and organic farmers.
Mega-dams should not be built in lowland tropical forest regions due to the threat they pose to biodiversity and ecosystems, according to experts.
A possible solution to water shortages is desalination.
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