From Los Angeles Times» By Mike McPhate Sticking a tube in the snowpack has its place, but technology is taking collection and analysis of the vital information to a dizzying level of specificity and complexity.
From UPI.com» By Brooks Hays Almond growers face a dilemma. They need to keep their almond trees fungus free, but new research shows almond-crop fungicides harm honey bees, the nut tree's chief pollinator.
From the New York Times» By Nadja Popovich, John Schwartz, and Tatiana Schlossberg Americans overwhelmingly believe that global warming is happening, and that carbon emissions should be scaled back. But fewer are sure that the
From the New York Times» By Donald G. McNeil Jr. A relatively tiny $69 million department that the administration wants to dismantle is a bulwark against infectious diseases in America and around the world.
From UPI.com» By Brooks Hays A new survey confirms climate change research published in peer-reviewed scientific journals is untainted by so-called publication bias. If a study's conclusion, not the quality of its content, impacts whether