The revolutionary DIAL Atmospheric Profiler DA10 provides meteorologists and forecasters with 24/7 monitoring of atmospheric humidity for improved severe weather warnings.
A recent study conducted by the University of Colorado Boulder reveals that snow in the mountain ranges of the Western U.S. and Canada is melting earlier, and there is an increase in rainfall instead of snow.
About 13,000 years ago, a climate crisis caused a global drop in temperatures in the northern hemisphere.
According to recent research conducted by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers, people who live in communities with a higher proportion of Black and Hispanic/Latino residents are more likely to be exposed to harmful levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in their water supplies than people who live in other communities.
Itron, Inc., which is innovating the way utilities and cities manage energy and water, announced the launch of AMI Essentials in Australia and New Zealand to accelerate the digital transformation of water utilities.
A study by the University of California, Riverside, found that after California ended mandatory water-use cuts in 2015 and 2016, urban water use increased somewhat, but the state remained more water-conscious overall.
The infrastructure that helps bring drinking water to homes is an investment.
A research group headed by Professor Changshin Jo (Graduate Institute of Ferrous & Energy Materials Technology (GIFT), Department of Chemical Engineering) and Ph.D. candidate Hyebin Jeong (Chemical Engineering) at POSTECH (Pohang University of Science and Technology) has made progress in this area by verifying the excellent performance of seawater batteries (SWBs) that integrate chelating agents.
A remarkable number of coastal marine invertebrate species have invaded the high seas, where they can now thrive and breed, significantly adding to the floating community composition.
About 12% of the total global energy demand comes from heating and cooling homes and businesses. A new study suggests that using underground water to maintain comfortable temperatures could reduce consumption of natural gas and electricity in this sector by 40% in the U.S.