Bringing a whole new perspective to the old adage, "Waste not, want not."
RUCOOL? With an armada of underwater drones keeping tabs on the health of global waterways, we can say definitively, yes you are.
Multiple disciplines "converge" to solve environmental problems.
It?s an experience that, at first blush, seems ideal for outdoor enthusiasts: Spend your days skiing, rappelling and ice climbing in a wintry wilderness. But there are a handful of downsides ? sudden snowstorms and hidden crevasses, for example. Oh, and polar bears. Still, there?s nowhere else Penn State graduate student Kiya Riverman would rather […]
You can find lots of interesting things at the bottoms of lakes. Shipwrecks. Lost towns and cities. A physical record of climate patterns over several previous millennia. That last one especially interests Sheri Fritz, a professor at the University of Nebraska?s School of Biological Sciences. Fritz has spent more than three decades studying global climate […]
It?s National Arbor Day, and people across the country are taking time to acknowledge the importance of trees and forests. However, the University of Maryland celebrated the holiday a bit early this year for a couple of reasons. First, the state?s official Arbor Day is always designated as the first Wednesday in April (also the […]