A study of the Yangtze River Delta shows how urbanization dries out the atmosphere.
Many arid and semi-arid regions experience very little rainfall, but quite a bit of fog, which might be a viable source of drinking water.
Characterizing leaf phenology in process-based models reconciles both “dry season green-up” and drought controls on Amazonian carbon balance.
A new study shows that mesquites employ hydraulic redistribution to move water between soil layers in the savannas of Santa Rita.
The Mississippi River and its delta and plume provide insights into research-informed approaches to managing river-dominated coastal zones.
Defining the chemical relationships between water, sediment, and organisms that thrive beneath riverbeds.
Improving satellite-based studies of vegetation optical depth, a critical ecosystem indicator.
Epiphyte-bearing trees leach carbon when it rains.
Researchers revisit an old theory about the ethereal patterns of vegetation that form in some arid landscapes.
A new study shows how groundwater influences river dynamics and channel pattern.