The drugs can lead to drug-resistant bacteria and deadly infections.
Images taken covertly in the 1970s have taken on a new purpose in a recent glaciology study.
A hidden trove of groundwater is left over from the last ice age.
Most representations of the water cycle are flawed, researchers found by analyzing over 450 diagrams: The effects of humans, seasonal changes, and different biomes are often neglected.
An unprecedented global assessment examines climate, economic, and governance threats to mountain systems and the benefits they provide, suggesting pathways toward sustainability.
An analysis of nationwide housing data shows that minority households disproportionately bear the multibillion-dollar economic burden that comes from believing their water is unsafe.
Understanding Historical Changes in the Flow of the Colorado River; Boulder, Colorado, 24–25 September 2018
A Montana researcher has developed a map for predicting how climate change may alter the water supply.
The inherent interlinkages between food, energy, and water systems present both challenges and opportunities for a more sustainable future on Planet Earth.
A new initiative combines satellite data with ground observations to assess and predict the risk of cholera outbreaks in Bangladesh’s vulnerable populations.