The southwestern United States is nearing a global-warming exacerbated drought of record-breaking length and intensity
We are seeing an increasing denial of science by the general public—often spread by cell phone and social media.
It is dumb and misplaced to ignore the prediction and the current onset of global changes in climate due to human activity.
We need to enhance natural processes that can accelerate diversification and allow emerging habitats to select the winners.
If the speed and physical coordination of lizards is affected by incidental pesticide exposure, one may wonder what impacts it might have on the nerve transmission in humans
This speaks to the importance of planting trees in urban areas to lower ambient temperatures and reduce the need for air conditioning.
The popularity of natural gas as a fossil fuel and its increased use are attractive candidates to explain the potential for increased leakage to the atmosphere.
With the shutdown of much of the economy, we can see the human impact on air quality, and the underlying volatilization of chemicals from our activities.
Recognizing that it is part of our nation’s heritage, the Wood Thrush is…protected by the Migratory Bird Protection Act (MBPA) of 1918.
When the dust settles, the roll-back of air pollution regulations is likely to take a larger toll on society than COVID-19.