Infographics strive to give us a sense of how long plastic goods will last in the environment. But is this information reliable?
Picture 500 million cars stacked in rows. That’s how much carbon—about 1,000 petagrams, or one billion metric tons—is locked away in Arctic permafrost.
The research sheds light on how exposure to particulate matter impacts the function of the human olfactory mucosa.
Scientists find a mix of sources contributing to aerosol layer above the Tibetan Plateau.
There was a strong positive correlation between three types of particles and air pollution.
During a downpour, rainwater hits pavement and flows into drains, picking up pollutants like oil, fertilizers, and road salts along the way.
UD research shows that submerged vegetation helps to offset Chesapeake Bay acidification.
Every time you hear a deep rumble and feel your house shake when a big truck roars by, that’s partly because the weight of heavy vehicles causes a slight deflection in the road surface under them.
Janice Brahney's study examined the source and life history of both wet and dry microplastic deposition.
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