Gridded climate data sets are just as effective as weather station data at assessing human mortality risk related to heat and cold, researchers suggest.
A new study tracks intensive care unit admissions after periods of wildfire smoke pollution. A prolonged or severe smoke event has the potential to strain hospital resources.
Different indicators change in different ways, but climate models project a clear trend of increasing heat stress.
Investigadores han encontrado nuevas conexiones entre las condiciones climáticas del fenómeno “La Niña” y la enfermedad más letal para los niños a nivel mundial.
Researchers have found new connections between La Niña climate conditions and the leading killer of children worldwide.
Despite ramped-up conservation efforts and hopes lifted by a few recent rainstorms, residents of the South African metropolis still face the possibility of a water doomsday.
Government-sponsored research and regulations enabled western U.S. states to clean up their air, despite industrial and population growth. Proposed funding cuts could undo this progress.