The first stopover site map for U.S. migratory birds reveals the attraction of urban light pollution.
Native American tribal communities are actively engaged in adapting to climate change. What information and data will help them build resilience to the new normal?
The geomagnetic field changes regionally on centennial time scales. A recent study unlocks three historical archives from the “Four Corners” region (southwest USA) reconciling previous discrepancies.
Although American water utility companies take time to modify procedures and technologies in response to new quality requirements, ultimately it reduces the rate at which they violate standards.
Deep coastal seabeds, glacial erratics, and other geophysical hurdles stand in the way of offshore wind farm proliferation. Researchers, engineers, and organizations are adapting and inventing ways to harness the breeze.
It’s no secret there are disparities in exposure to climate change’s effects. A new study zeroes in on the demographics of neighborhoods subjected to the hottest temperatures.
The nonprofit, donation-fueled program engages K–12 students by combining the fun of playing in snow with the science of the cryosphere.
A new study transforms a classic conceptual framework into a quantitative classification of streamflow generation patterns.
Researchers mapped the environmental footprint of data centers, shedding light on how and where the industry can improve.
Resources and data offered by the National Ecological Observatory Network are supporting researchers investigating critical ecosystem changes across the country.