» Does a convection-permitting regional climate model bring new perspectives on the projection of Mediterranean floods?
20/05/24 10:00 from Latest EGU highlight articles
High-resolution convection-permitting climate models (CPMs) are now available to better simulate rainstorm events leading to flash floods. In this study, two hydrological models are compared to simulate floods in a Mediterranean basin, s...

» At‑sea distribution of marine predators around South Georgia during austral winter, with implications for fisheries management
20/05/24 08:18 from NERC Open Research Archive: No conditions. Results ordered -Date made live.
Owen, Kate A.; Goggins, Meghan; Black, Andy; Ashburner, Jonathan; Wilson, Alastair; Hollyman, Philip R. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2665-5075 ; Trathan, Philip N. ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6673-9930 ; Waluda, Claire M. OR...

» Are we really about to talk to whales?
20/05/24 00:30 from Ecology News - Biology News
The past decade has seen an explosion of new research into some of the most fascinating sounds in the sea: the vocalizations of whales and dolphins.

» Group 2i Isochrysidales thrive in marine and lacustrine systems with ice cover
20/05/24 00:00 from Earth and environmental sciences : Scientific Reports subject feeds

» Stratified water columns: homogenization and interface evolution
20/05/24 00:00 from Earth and environmental sciences : Scientific Reports subject feeds

» Quantifying the fluxes of carbon loss from an undrained tropical peatland ecosystem in Indonesia
20/05/24 00:00 from Earth and environmental sciences : Scientific Reports subject feeds

» Permafrost thermal dynamics at a local scale in northern Da Xing’anling Mountains
19/05/24 23:00 from Environmental Research Letters - latest papers
Permafrost in Northeastern China is not only controlled by latitude and elevation, but also locally environmental factors, such as vegetation cover and human activities. During 2009–2022, thinning active layer, increasing annual maximum ...

» Globally-significant arsenic release by wildfires in a mining-impacted boreal landscape
19/05/24 23:00 from Environmental Research Letters - latest papers
Metal mining and smelting activities are one of the largest anthropogenic sources of arsenic pollution to the environment, with pervasive consequences to human and environmental health. Several decades of metal processing activities near...

» Impacts of wildfires on boreal forest ecosystem carbon dynamics from 1986 to 2020
19/05/24 23:00 from Environmental Research Letters - latest papers
Wildfires significantly change boreal forest ecosystem carbon balance through both direct combustion and post-fire carbon dynamics. Affected vegetation influences soil thermal regime and carbon cycling by impacting the surface energy bal...

» The impact of future UK offshore wind farm distribution and climate change on generation performance and variability
19/05/24 23:00 from Environmental Research Letters - latest papers
The UK plans to significantly increase offshore wind generation capacity as part of the effort to achieve net zero targets. Current installation is densely located in a few areas, particularly off the east coast of England, and although ...

» Precipitation exacerbates spatial heterogeneity in the propagation time of meteorological drought to soil drought with increasing soil depth
19/05/24 23:00 from Environmental Research Letters - latest papers
The propagation of meteorological droughts to soil droughts poses a substantial threat to water resources, agricultural production, and social systems. Understanding drought propagation process is crucial for early warning and mitigation...

» Distinct responses of tropical cyclone activity to spatio-uniform and nonuniform SST warming patterns
19/05/24 23:00 from Environmental Research Letters - latest papers
Most previous studies have reported a decrease in global tropical cyclone (TC) genesis frequency (TCGF) under anthropogenic warming. However, little attention has been drawn to the influence of sea surface temperature (SST) warming patte...

» Skillful seasonal prediction of the 2022–23 mega soil drought over the Yangtze River basin by combining dynamical climate prediction and copula analysis
19/05/24 23:00 from Environmental Research Letters - latest papers
An unprecedented soil moisture drought broke out over the Yangtze River basin (YRB) in the summer of 2022 and lasted until the spring of 2023, caused great economic losses and serious environmental issues. With the rapid onset and long-l...

» A novel approach to a multi-model ensemble for climate change models: Perspectives on the representation of natural variability and historical and future climate
19/05/24 22:51 from ScienceDirect Publication: Weather and Climate Extremes
Publication date: June 2024 Source: Weather and Climate Extremes, Volume 44 Author(s): Yong-Tak Kim, Jae-Ung Yu, Tae-Woong Kim, Hyun-Han Kwon

» Threatened species have declined 2% a year since 2000: Nature positive? Far from it.
19/05/24 16:30 from Ecology News - Biology News
The government has great aspirations. It has committed to end extinctions and expand our protected areas to cover 30% of every Australian ecosystem by 2030. This is part of its Nature Positive Plan, aligned with the 2022 Kunming-Montreal...

» Floods in south Brazil have displaced 600,000—here's why this region is likely to see ever more extreme rain in future
19/05/24 15:30 from Earth News - Earth Science News, Earth Science, Climate Change
A mighty river is flowing out of the Amazon rainforest, and it's not the one you're thinking of. In the first kilometer above the forest canopy, a "flying river" is transporting moisture evaporated from Amazonian trees southwards along t...

» Canadian oil city lifts wildfire evacuation orders
19/05/24 14:06 from Earth News - Earth Science News, Earth Science, Climate Change
Residents forced to flee wildfires threatening a Canadian oil-producing hub were allowed to return home Saturday after evacuation orders were lifted.

» Water, water everywhere ... most is now safe to drink in an English village after parasite outbreak
19/05/24 13:58 from Earth News - Earth Science News, Earth Science, Climate Change
Most residents living near a scenic fishing village in southwestern England where a parasite in the water sickened more than 45 people were told Saturday that they could safely drink the water again.

» Denser housing can be greener, too: How NZ can build better for biodiversity
19/05/24 12:30 from Earth News - Earth Science News, Earth Science, Climate Change
Cities across Aotearoa New Zealand are trying to solve a housing crisis, with increasing residential density a key solution. But not everyone is happy about the resulting loss of natural habitats and biodiversity.

» Anthropogenic influence on the extremely low September sea ice and hot summer of 2020 over the Arctic and its future risk of occurrence
19/05/24 10:39 from ScienceDirect Publication: Weather and Climate Extremes
Publication date: June 2024 Source: Weather and Climate Extremes, Volume 44 Author(s): Kaixi Wang, Xian Zhu, Wenjie Dong

» Higher atmospheric aridity-dominated drought stress contributes to aggravating dryland productivity loss under global warming
19/05/24 10:39 from ScienceDirect Publication: Weather and Climate Extremes
Publication date: Available online 17 May 2024 Source: Weather and Climate Extremes Author(s): Xiaojing Yu, Lixia Zhang, Tianjun Zhou, Jianghua Zheng, Jingyun Guan

» Optimization of preparation conditions and performance of a new degradable soil water retaining agent
19/05/24 00:00 from Earth and environmental sciences : Scientific Reports subject feeds

» Multi-disciplinary strategy to optimize irrigation efficiency in irrigated agriculture
19/05/24 00:00 from Earth and environmental sciences : Scientific Reports subject feeds

» Cancer drug pollution is a growing global concern
18/05/24 20:30 from Earth News - Earth Science News, Earth Science, Climate Change
As incidence of cancer increases globally, the use of cancer drugs is also growing at a rate of approximately 10 percent per year in developed countries.

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