Satellite measurements coupled with inexpensive air quality monitors could help protect humans from smoke particulates during wildfire events.
The American Geophysical Union announces new engagement pilots, simplified naming structure, and new GeoHealth section.
An industry group says recycling coal ash, the second-largest U.S. waste stream, helps the environment and economy. Recycling has a role but also raises concerns, environmentalists argue.
Find out how the person in charge of AGU’s newest journal became interested in geohealth and his vision for the journal over the coming years.
AGU’s newest journal, GeoHealth, welcomes papers on a wide range of issues relating to how environmental change is affecting the health and well-being of humans and other organisms on Earth.
Public health and environmental organizations brought together by former vice president Al Gore held a pared-down meeting to replace a canceled one.
Injecting aerosols into the atmosphere on purpose could help cool Earth, but new research shows that it could also make the night sky brighter and negatively affect human health.
The journal GeoHealth, to be launched by the American Geophysical Union and Wiley, will disseminate research relating Earth and environmental sciences to human, agricultural, and environmental health.
The results of a new study suggest that an improved understanding of the processes mobilizing mercury in soils will be necessary to predict water quality impacts.
Preparing for High Consequence, Low Probability Events: Heat, Water & Energy in the Southwest; Tucson, Arizona, 28–29 September 2015