Poor infrastructure is responsible for tens of thousands of pharmaceutical doses that flow through Baltimore’s streams each year.
A case study in Annapolis is one of the first assessments of the effects of high-tide flooding on local revenue.
Reducing emissions of short-lived gaseous sulfur pollutants from power plants had an immediate, local benefit, but controlling longer-lasting harmful particulate matter will require regional action.
An empirical study of water allocation and planning in five states concludes that they lack a statewide strategy to manage the impacts of climate change on water resources.
Field observations show that with climate change, fiercer tropical storms may release more particulate nitrogen from temperate forests into aquatic ecosystems.