A new study finds nature can’t have it both ways: On the basis of thousands of case studies from dozens of hurricanes, there’s always a trade-off between resistance and resilience.
New research indicates that seagrasses continue to release methane even after they die, complicating blue carbon initiatives.
A new initiative is bringing together scientists to address fundamental questions about subduction zone geohazards, using the latest advances in observation technology and computational resources.
Combining data from land and sea helps ecologists measure human impact.
High-resolution simulations of China’s Sanggou Bay show that suspended aquaculture alters hydrodynamics and weakens transport of nutrients to the area from offshore bottom water.
Worsening flooding and erosion threaten places of “outstanding universal value” along the continent’s coastlines.
The lack of trees is contributing to increased rainfall along the coast of southwest Africa, where communities are already vulnerable to flash flooding.
Important data collection can aid coastal monitoring and management.