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What is Driving Reductions in Residential Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the U.S.?

In 2005, greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from residential energy use hit...

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Large Bumblebees Start Work Earlier

University of Exeter scientists used RFID – similar technology to co...

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Scroll'n'Roll – Nanomaterials Towards Effective Photocatalytic Pollution Treatment

We live in times when among the most limited and precious resources on...

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Scroll'n'Roll – Nanomaterials Towards Effective Photocatalytic Pollution Treatment

We live in times when among the most limited and precious resources on...

New Research Shows Long-Term Recovery Possible For Areas Impacted by Seagrass Die-Off

Nearly 10,000 acres of lush seagrass vanished from Florida Bay between 1987 and 1991, leading to massive ecological changes in the region near...

Previously Unrecognized Tsunami Hazard Identified in Coastal Cities

A new study found overlooked tsunami hazards related to undersea, near-shore strike-slip faults, especially for coastal cities adjacent to faults...

Northern Red Sea Corals Pass Heat Stress Test With Flying Colors

EPFL scientists are beginning to understand why corals in the Gulf of Aqaba, along with their symbiotic algae and bacteria, resist higher te...

Volunteer Firefighters Have Higher Levels of “Forever Chemicals”

Volunteer firefighters — who comprise more than 65 percent of the U.S. fire service — have higher levels of “forever chemicals,” per-...

Climate Change and the 1991-2020 U.S. Climate Normals

As soon as the 2021 New Year’s celebrations were over, the calls and questions started coming in from weather watchers: When will NOAA release...

Seasonal Water Resource on the Upper Indus

Seasonally occurring fields of aufeis (icing) constitute an important resource for the water supply of the local population in the Upper Indus...

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Seasonal Water Resource on the Upper Indus

Seasonally occurring fields of aufeis (icing) constitute an important resource for the water supply of the local population in the Upper Indus...

Cave Deposits Show Surprising Shift in Permafrost Over the Last 400,000 Years

Nearly one quarter of the land in the Northern Hemisphere, amounting to some 9 million square miles, is layered with permafrost — soil, se...

FSU Researchers Develop Tool to Track Marine Litter Polluting the Ocean

In an effort to fight the millions of tons of marine litter floating in the ocean, Florida State University researchers have developed a new...

Household Aerosols Now Release More Harmful Smog Chemicals Than All Vehicles in the Country

Aerosol products used in the home now emit more harmful volatile organic compound (VOC) air pollution than all the vehicles in the UK, new r...

Don’t Go Fracking My Heart

The Marcellus Formation straddles the New York State and Pennsylvania border, a region that shares similar geography and population demograp...

Gauging Groundwater

“Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water.” It’s a silly rhyme, but one that highlights a simple fact: Humans have long...

Fiber Optic Cable Monitors Microseismicity in Antarctica

At the Seismological Society of America’s 2021 Annual Meeting, researchers shared how they are using fiber optic cable to detect the small...

Ten Ways to Ensure Bees Benefit From the Solar Power Boom

Researchers assessing the impact of solar energy development across Europe have come up with ten ways in which the expansion of solar can be...

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A Lesson From Arctic Sea-Ice Prediction in 2020: Accurate Subseasonal-to-Seasonal Prediction Remains a Grand Challenge

As an indicator and “amplifier” of global climate change, the Arctic’s health and stability is the cornerstone of the stability of our...

Green Harvest in South Korean Waters

Seaweed farms are a common sight in the shallow waters along the Korean Peninsula’s southern coast.

United States and Iranian Researchers Collaborate on Lake Urmia Restoration

In a rare exchange, scientists and water resources engineers from Iran and Utah are collaborating on a bold scientific study to restore one of...

U.S. Asbestos Sites Made Risky by Some Remediation Strategies, According to Stanford Researcher

Efforts to prevent human exposure to asbestos may be mobilizing the cancer-causing mineral so that it can reach water supplies, based on new...

Freshwater Salt Pollution Threatens Ecosystem Health and Human Water Security

Water touches virtually every aspect of human society, and all life on earth requires it. Yet, fresh, clean water is becoming increasingly scarce...

Combination of Organic Farming and Genetic Engineering

For more sustainability on a global level, EU legislation should be changed to allow the use of gene editing in organic farming. This is what...