As companies begin selling credits for marine carbon dioxide removal in largely unregulated marketplaces, scientists must develop standards for assessing the effectiveness of removal methods.
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تجاوز حالة العمل من أجل التنوع
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Deep-Sea Sand and Where to Find It
Ancient underwater avalanches carried sand into the ocean’s abyss during a time when some least expected it.
Machine Learning Helps Researchers Track Illegal Fishing
Using machine learning, researchers found that nearly 20% of high seas fishing could be unauthorized.
How to Build a Climate-Resilient Water Supply
Scientists developed a new model to help water utility companies minimize weather-based disruptions to clean water access.
Seaports Could Lose $67 Billion Yearly from Natural Disasters
Small islands and low-income nations face the largest relative monetary losses to their ports and maritime trade.
The Role of Insurance in Climate Adaption
New research tests the promise of insurance to harden the U.S. economy to tropical storms.
Grains of Sand: Too Much and Never Enough
Sand is a foundational element of our cities, our homes, our landscapes and seascapes. How we will interact with the material in the future, however, is less certain.
Earth’s Orbit Is About to Get More Crowded
The military is launching a fleet of small, interconnected satellites to collect data, track missiles, and aim weapons.
Satellite Data Reveal Uptick in Cover Cropping on Farms
Over the course of a decade, farmers growing corn and soybeans in the U.S. Midwest increased their adoption of cover cropping—a tenet of so-called conservation agriculture—by fourfold.