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.
First long-term study on plastic degradation in a water depth of more than 4000 meter.
A new online platform that allows for the tracking of air pollution worldwide is now available to the public.
Winter vehicle travel can cause long-lasting damage to the tundra, according to a new paper by University of Alaska Fairbanks researchers published in the journal Ecological Applications.
Researchers find evenly distributed microplastic representing background pollution.
Diesel fuel from a 21,000-ton oil spill in the Russian Arctic has reached a freshwater lake that serves as a gateway into the Arctic Ocean, Russian officials announced.
Ship emissions in the southeast Atlantic help create more reflective clouds that produce a local cooling effect.
Texas A&M public health researchers studied the correlation between China’s ban on importing plastic wastes and the environmental health of a community near a waste incinerator in Pennsylvania.
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