Researchers are more quickly acknowledging the many ways in which the global climate crisis is affecting our mental health.
Scientists get up to speed on phenomena ranging from fast moving atmospheric plasmas to a quickening glacial pace on Earth.
The agency’s proposal to tighten standards for small-particulate pollution has prompted opposing calls for tighter and looser regulations.
A global study found dangerously low levels of dissolved oxygen in rivers around the world. The true prevalence of hypoxia is probably even higher.
Everything looks ideal for collaboration: interest from community members, a new method for monitoring air quality by scientists, and interest from policymakers. What happens next?
Sea spray can transport sewage-contaminated waters inland, potentially exposing those living kilometers from the beach.
A new study highlights the benefits of urban gardens for their human caretakers and local ecosystems.
Les analyses de sédiments montrent que la réutilisation de l’eau non traitée et la construction de barrages entraînent l’augmentation des concentrations de métaux lourds dans le Delta du Nil, menaçant gravement les écosystèmes, l’agriculture et la santé humaine.
Sediment measurements show that flow alterations and discharges are driving increasing concentrations of multiple heavy metals in the Nile Delta, threatening ecosystems, agriculture, and human health.
Schizophrenia topped the list of conditions associated with death during the 2021 extreme heat event in British Columbia.