The essential role of dimethyl sulfide in the functioning of marine life is gradually being elucidated by recent research in marine sulfur biogeochemistry.
Many types of data are gathered on the Chesapeake Bay and organized to reflect various Bay aspects, including the tidal and nontidal Bay watershed.
Researchers continue to perfect approaches to forecasting, assessing the impact, and preventing Harmful Algal Blooms (HAB).
Recent research suggests that some coral may be able to survive and thrive despite climate change, especially with some human assistance.
Integration of remote sensing technology into undergraduate education can help society solve environmental problems faster.
Inspired by nature, recent research shows how stormwater management could be improved by using green infrastructure techniques.
Assumed to be largely dormant during the polar night, marine creatures were found to regulate their biological clocks and maintain activity in low light.
Monitoring data shows the progress made by scientists in repairing damage caused by acid mine drainage in Ohio’s Raccoon Creek.
New meta-analysis paper pulls together data from 264 studies to explore ways of balancing forest biodiversity and wood production interests.
While not receiving as much attention as warming trends, marine cold spells can strongly impact marine life too, in complex ways.
“Our goal is to quantify the movement towards a tipping point, measured as a loss of resilience in the system. Resilience is essentially how quickly a system recovers from perturbations, in this case droughts for example.”
Until the recent Yale study, the contribution of rivers and streams to the carbon dioxide budget were not appropriately considered.
Poás Volcano is similar to Mars in its chemical reactions and its harsh environment. Researchers are studying Poás to see what Martian life might be like.
Lake Erie buoy camera data has turned out to be critical for researchers and the public alike. Camera images help give a more complete picture of waves.
The first global river delta migration database can help coastal populations adapt as rivers change due to climate and anthropogenic effects.
There’s more involved in a successful Antarctic voyage than meets the eye, including diverse technical know-how and diverse data gathering.
A first of its kind study is unfolding on the effects of ubiquitous microplastics on coral in Hawaii.
SNOTEL is an extensive network of 889 sites involved in gathering and transmitting snow data electronically, and snow data is also collected manually at over 1,000 sites.
Lake appreciation and engagement of the public is critical in establishing and maintaining healthy lakes, streams, and other aquatic systems.
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