Longer, drier summers may mean fewer opportunities for firefighters to safely burn would-be wildfire fuel in the western United States.
Community leaders and scientists from two U.S. cities are combining public health data and heat maps to prepare residents for climate change–related health risks.
A Montana researcher has developed a map for predicting how climate change may alter the water supply.
Using TLS and Structure from Motion (SfM) Photogrammetry in Undergraduate Field Education; Cardwell, Montana, 16–19 August 2016
Restoring rivers to their free-flowing state promises a host of environmental benefits, but contaminated sediments may cloud the picture.