In July heavy rains triggered landslides and floods in Nepal that ultimately killed more than 130 people. As soon as the rain started falling, BYU professor Jim Nelson knew things could get bad.
Catastrophic fires in the West are burning hotter than ever, leaving paths of destruction through both human development and native plant ecosystems.
Even if you’re not physically located in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, you can still explore the 80-acre expanse of the Pye Centre for Northern Boreal Food Systems on the shores of the Grand River.
There may come a time when the next blouse or pair of gym shorts you buy is made of banana peels, rotten tomatoes, coffee grounds or mouldy bread.
It has been a harrowing equation out West over the past few months.
When the ground shakes, what do you do? ShakeOut 2020: Drop, Cover, and Hold On!
Analyzing subtle differences in near-infrared and shortwave-infrared light from the landscape, scientists can provide some measure of the severity of wildfire burns.
Farms in the historic Oltenia province display a compelling array of shapes and sizes.
New study results show that ocean heat waves can provide enough fuel for hurricanes to gain momentum as they approach land.
Tropical Storm Nangka made landfall south of Haiphong, Vietnam and began to weaken.
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