Data from a long-distance research cruise provide new insights into carbon cycling in the eastern Pacific and Southern Oceans.
Scandinavian societies of the first millennium adapted their farming practices to volcano-driven climate changes.
The hydraulic connection between a sinkhole and a natural spring—the longest and largest yet documented—could help reduce the guesswork in mapping karst aquifers.
Experts recommend reforestation campaigns to combat siltation at Bhakra Dam, one of the first infrastructure projects pursued by India after independence.
The climate is warming too fast for some trees to catch up. Planting seeds from warmer regions can bolster future forests, but that requires a significant shift in forestry practice.
Living in Geologic Time: Will desertification overtake Nevada’s half-million-year history of wetlands?
Drought should be considered and modeled as a process, including human–nature interactions, and not merely a product of water deficit.
Floodplain forests have low resilience to repeated exposure to wildfires. As climate change increases the instances of fires, forests may transform to less productive grassland ecosystems.
Los complejos sistemas hidráulicos construidos por los Muisca ayudaron a desarollar los vibrantes humedales urbanos de la capital de Colombia.
A new study integrates spaceborne InSAR time series and GPS to resolve spatiotemporal patterns of deformation across the San Joaquin Valley indicating recharge areas and pathways for groundwater flow.