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The Southwest is on fire, iconic deserts and towns are at...

Molly Hunter, University of Arizona New Mexico and Arizona are facing a dangerously early fire season. It has left...

US Climate risks are rising – a scientist looks at the...

Erica A.H. Smithwick, Penn State When I was a young researcher studying how forested ecosystems recover from wildfire, I...

Cloud seeding might not be as promising as drought-troubled states hope

William R. Cotton, Colorado State University Forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration issued their U.S. spring outlook...

Beavers offer lessons about managing water in a changing climate, whether...

Christine E. Hatch, UMass Amherst It’s no accident that both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the California Institute...

2021’s climate disasters revealed an east-west weather divide, with one side...

Shuang-Ye Wu, University of Dayton Alongside a lingering global pandemic, the year 2021 was filled with climate disasters, some...

Evacuations ordered as a powerful storm heads for California’s wildfire burn...

Amir AghaKouchak, University of California, Irvine Officials issued evacuation orders for people living downhill from several of California’s wildfire...

Ancient groundwater: Why the water you’re drinking may be thousands of...

Marissa Grunes, Harvard University; Alan Seltzer, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, and Kevin M. Befus, University of Arkansas Communities that...

When hotter and drier means more – but eventually less –...

Maureen C Kennedy, University of Washington; Don McKenzie, University of Washington, and Jeremy Littell, US Geological Survey There is...

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Pacific Remote Islands protection not just a drop in the ocean

By Robert Richmond, University of Hawaii This fall, President Obama signed a proclamation that created the biggest marine reserve in the world. By extending the...