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.
An association between drinking water salinity and neonatal and infant mortality in Bangladesh indicates the critical role of water salinity on child health.
Over the past 3 decades, the persistence of river ice has decreased by almost a week. The decrease in ice has important implications for ecology, climate, and the economy.
Lightning, fire vortices, and black hail are some of the frightening features of fire-fueled storms, which may become more common in the future.
Experts have given the United States a warning: Reduce greenhouse gas emissions, or suffer the consequences of lower productivity and a sicker population for generations to come.
A new case study investigates causes and effects of California’s 2017 wildfire season.
The Surging Waters report shows how science empowers us to mitigate the impacts on people and property in communities around the United States.