Coupling satellite data with climate models, scientists are beginning to understand how warming temperatures and increased precipitation will affect cholera outbreaks.
A new ice core measurements-based record of a climate-active gas shows variability on millennial timescales.
MPI-M/CliSAP Workshop on Climate, Land Use, and Conflict in Northern Africa; Lübeck, Germany, 22–25 September 2014
With the world facing a global environmental crisis, Earth scientists can play an important and unique role, according to Earth Institute Director Jeffrey Sachs.
Scientists use satellite and robotic field data to study the environmental conditions driving phytoplankton blooms in the northwestern Mediterranean Sea.
The Arctic region continues to face significant environmental changes, according to a new report issued by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Scientists address human-driven trends in the Greenland Ice Sheet surface mass balance.
Researchers document how past sea levels changes affected invertebrate health in coastal environments.
Since 2011, California’s water supply has lost 4 trillion gallons per year and the Sierra Nevada snowpack has hit record lows.
Aspen Global Change Institute Session on Frontiers of Global Change Science;
Aspen, Colorado, 18–22 August 2014