Forestation projects in southern China over the past few decades have sequestered large amounts of carbon in tree biomass, but the region is approaching saturation of forest carbon storage capacity.
A new study shows that it is possible to produce regional assessments of how hurricane flood hazards change due to both evolving storm tides and precipitation rates in a warming climate.
Root-filled soils are hot spots of nutrient cycling and carbon storage. New research finds that the world has lost millions of cubic meters of rooted soil volume—and we’re on track to lose much more.
Reining in global mean sea level rise from land-ice wastage and ocean thermal expansion requires reducing global mean surface temperatures to near-preindustrial values.
Under the combined stress of growing populations and current warming trends, many African nations will face increasing shortfalls in food production in the coming decades.
Researchers modeled and mapped how eight key aspects of human societies affect hydrological cycles.
A new special collection invites studies on a new era of models and knowledge that provide predictions or insights into predictability in coastal geomorphology.
Exploratory modeling in California’s Central Valley indicates that evaluating the costs, benefits, and risks to individual providers is necessary to ensure the viability of future water projects.
Las elecciones individuales, como la adopción de vehículos eléctricos, serán un factor importante en el cumplimiento de los objetivos climáticos del Acuerdo de París.