This natural gatekeeper, which prevents sea ice from exiting the Arctic Ocean and drifting southward into Baffin Bay, was still intact in late May 2020.
Slow-moving landslides, places where the land creeps sluggishly downhill over long periods of time, are relatively stable — until they aren't.
New tool aims to help government and nongovernment agencies make informed decisions as they work to conserve and protect our planet’s most vulnerable species.
During one of the hottest days of the year in each of the 13 cities, volunteers will drive prescribed routes in the morning, afternoon, and evening with custom-engineered heat sensors mounted on their own cars.
Satellite data of Tropical Cyclone Nisarga’s cloud top temperatures revealed that the storm had strengthened before it began making landfall in west central India.
Researchers from Skoltech and their colleagues spent more than two years studying a 20-meter wide and 20-meter deep crater in the Yamal Peninsula in northern Russia that formed after an explosive release of gas, mostly methane, from the permafrost.
A Northern Arizona University professor co-authored a paper on the importance of springs in a drying climate that is in the inaugural climate change refugia special edition of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
Boron nitride nanotubes are anything but boring, according to Rice University scientists who have found a way to watch how they move in liquids.
A recent study published in Environmental Research Letters by a team of researchers from the Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP) at the Chinese Academy of Science (CAS) finds that the rainy season of northern Central Asia, which occurs in May-July in present-day, will shift to March-May at the end of the 21st century.
Plants need nitrogen in the form of ammonium if they are to grow.
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