Over 6000 cities now monitor air quality
A USC-led team of international scientists has found that the speed of carbon transfer in the ocean is influenced by the size and type of bacteria that latch onto the particles.
For the first time, researchers have spotted short-term, regional fluctuations in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) across the globe due to emissions from human activities.
Southeastern U.S., Mexico, & Central America of greatest concern
Instead of prioritising energy-efficient, sustainable sea transport, the focus is often on satisfying commercial interests when planning shipping routes.
A combination of dry vegetation, above-normal temperatures and high wind speeds will increase the risk for wildfires this week, experts say.
Research led by Oregon State University shows that fires are more likely to burn their way into national forests than out of them.
They found that greenhouse gas emissions from streams and wetlands at Coweeta could be highly variable.
Researchers use machine learning modeling to predict the most important factors underlying heavy metal pollution remediation in biochar-treated soils.
Nature-based climate solutions aim to preserve and enhance carbon storage in terrestrial or aquatic ecosystems and could be a potential contributor to Canada’s climate change mitigation strategy.
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