In a new study, researchers apply a global Earth system model to estimate the impacts of emissions reductions by sector.
Climate change is driving an increase in catastrophic wildfires; consumers see, smell, and taste the effects in their water. Water utilities must prepare for worse times ahead.
In the contiguous United States, 57% of structures are at risk of experiencing at least one natural hazard—and risk is driven by greater development in hazardous areas against a backdrop of climate change.
A new study looks into how air movement in the atmospheric boundary layer affects ozone removal by deciduous forests, which are a significant ozone sink.
Researchers identify the environmental variables driving the seasonality of the novel coronavirus.
A team of geologists and nursing researchers created an interactive radon hazard map for Kentucky residents—and it was possible only because of the high-resolution bedrock mapping in the state.
Standardizing these corrections will help scientists understand ocean ecosystems.
Pipeline infrastructure disproportionately burdens America’s most vulnerable communities.
A new development blends riverside nature with commercial construction.
Resources and data offered by the National Ecological Observatory Network are supporting researchers investigating critical ecosystem changes across the country.