Remote sensing experts may lose a key tool in the fight against climate change.
According to a new study, warmer temperatures and high soil nitrogen levels are causing Earth’s largest land biome to advance northward.
From the equator to the Arctic, wildfires are likely to increase, and climate change can make them worse, according to a new United Nations report. Action is still possible, say the authors.
An international group of researchers may have found a way to better account for carbon storage in forests.
The boundaries of northeastern U.S. forests suck in more carbon dioxide than previously thought.
Studying the interactions between the atmosphere and forests is a key component of understanding forest ecosystems and the interplay between our atmosphere and the living world.
Dams and deforestation have chipped away at the millions of cubic meters of wood that flow through rivers and out to sea.
As temperatures rise, tropical forests will become more stressed and photosynthesize less.
California plans to use forest thinning to reduce wildfire risk. New research suggests the state could also see a climate benefit by repurposing waste wood produced by thinning.
A Houston nonprofit identified 14 native “super tree” species that are particularly promising for mitigating climate change and public health concerns.