A new map shows the height of Earth’s forests, from stubby saplings to timbers towering more than 50 meters tall, across the entire land surface.
Much of what scientists think about soil metabolism may be wrong.
At the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference, 10 of the world’s largest commodity traders published a ‘shared commitment’ to halting forest loss
Farming techniques that keep rainwater in agricultural soils could help mitigate shortages in arid regions
As the world turns its attention to electric vehicles as a replacement for gas-powered cars and trucks, some vehicles such as long-haul trucks and planes will need a bridge between gas and electric.
New research co-authored by a Texas A&M scientist analyzed placement of stream gauges that inform important global water datasets.
Researchers led by Göttingen University study bee behaviour and bean harvests
However, in small quantities it can be quite sustainable, shows a study by the University of Bonn
A new study identifies gaps in data on streams around the world, highlighting potential priorities for future installation of monitoring tools.
New research led by Desert Research Institute scientists shows that atmospheric thirst is a persistent force in pushing Western landscapes and water supplies toward drought.
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