While the agency's satellites image the wildfires from space, scientists are flying over burn areas, using smoke-penetrating technology to better understand the damage.
A $3 million grant is supporting Texas A&M AgriLife plant phenotyping research.
Turbulent air in the atmosphere affects how cloud droplets form. New research from Michigan Technological University’s cloud chamber changes the way clouds, and therefore climate, are modeled.
Climatic conditions are changing at an unprecedented rate, affecting mainly fish, amphibians and reptiles, ectothermic animals that are unable to generate their own internal heat.
The Arctic is warming faster than any other region on the planet.
NASA’s Aqua satellite and the NASA-NOAA Suomi NPP satellite provided views of the strength, extent and rainfall potential as Hurricane Sally was making landfall during the morning hours of Sept. 16.
Millions Of Dollars To Clean Up Tuna Nets And Flip Following a five-week clean-up on Aldabra Atoll, one of Seychelles’ UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Gorongosa National Park announced today that it has signed a multi-year collaboration agreement with the University of Oxford for an initiative called the “Paleo-Primate Project”.
Thanks to an innovative research partnership, Mac and Hollister feel right at home at Trent University.
The Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative at The University of Western Australia has been awarded $5 million to develop a cutting-edge crop and weed management research program.
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