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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...

A rocket is going to crash into the Moon – the...

Paul Hayne, University of Colorado Boulder On March 4, 2022, a lonely, spent rocket booster will smack into the...

Millions of Americans struggle to pay their water bills – here’s...

Joseph Cook, Washington State University Running water and indoor plumbing are so central to modern life that most Americans...

Why do frozen turkeys explode when deep-fried?

Kristine Nolin, University of Richmond Deep-frying a turkey is a great way to get a delicious, moist meal for...

As climate change parches the Southwest, here’s a better way to...

Daniel Craig McCool, University of Utah The Colorado River is a vital lifeline for...

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...

As Colorado River Basin states confront water shortages, it’s time to...

Robert Glennon, University of Arizona The U.S. government announced its first-ever water shortage declaration for the Colorado River on...

Surfing makes its Olympic debut – and the waves should be...

Sally Warner, Brandeis University For the first time, surfing is on the Olympic stage. The surfing...

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Imagining Russia post-Putin

Peter Rutland, Wesleyan University On July 21, Vladimir Putin was asked at an audience with schoolchildren what he will do when he retires. He replied,...