Articles By Andrew Pasquale

Tundra landscape near Nome, Alaska. (Credit: Charles Koven)
Global distributions of carbon dioxide enrichment experiments. (Credit: Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis)
Researchres measure more than 200,000 trees every five years. (Credit: Sean Mattson / Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute)
Cracks in the Arctic permafrost. (Credit: Brocken Inaglory, via Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 3.0)
Cycas nitida juvenile plant showing the close proximity to tidal waters in western Samar Island. (Credit: Marler TE, et al)
Two years after the Anaktuvuk River tundra fire. (Credit: Benjamin Jones / U.S. Geological Survey)
Researchers explored the East Antarctic to study the ages of rocks deposited by glaciers. (Still frame from a video by Selwynox)
The Pu'u 'O'o volcano on Kilauea, Hawaii. (Credit: USGS)
SERVIR-Mekong is NASA's new environmental monitoring project. (Courtesy of Environmental Technology)
An aerial view of Chesapeake and Delaware bays from the Landsat satellite (Credit: USGS, vis Wikimedia Commons)
Yellow-banded poison dart frog. (Credit: Adrian Pingstone)
Professor Feng Sheng Hu led a study of carbon cycling and forest fires in the boreal forests of the Yukon Flats in Alaska. (Credit: L. Brian Stauffer)
Scientists found genes in coastal wetlands that transform mercury into the neurotoxin methylmercury. (Courtesy of Grace Schwartz / Smithsonian Environmental Research Center)
A helicopter takes researchers up to the Franz Josef Glacier in New Zealand. (Credit: Benjamin Lehmann)
Greenland ice sheet (Credit: Joshua Brown/ University of Vermont)
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Damon Dowdy of Below Ag Service demonstrates how the new soil moisture sensors will operate. (Credit: Southeast Missouri State University)
A USGS hydrographer measures flow in Short Creek after the flood event. (Credit: Jake Benson / USGS)
Researchers updated the global tree count estimate. (Courtesy of Yale)