Scientists are seeking to understand why and how to mop up excess precipitation.
Heat-trapping gases from dead trees play an important role in the environmental impact of “ghost” forests.
Climate change may make these not-quite-dead blazes more common. Scientists are learning to predict where a zombie might emerge.
Western wildfires are on the rise due to climate change and land use. Now a study adds eczema to the list of health risks that smoke might trigger.
New ‘climate normals’ show that average temperatures increased notably just since 1990.
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