Amber Mountain Natural Park, Madagascar. Photo taken with author's permission.
Scientists have now analyzed long-awaited data from the Natural Resource Damage Assessment to determine the specific rates of biodegradation for 125 compounds that settled to the deep ocean floor after the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Temperate broadleaf forests, like the stands of red oak common in New England, absorb more carbon than expected along their edges, but are more susceptible to heat stress.
Macedonia's Pollution Is So Bad That Activists Have Installed ‘Mountain Air Breathing Booths’ in Protest
“Breathing in Skopje harms your health” reads the sign on the “Mountain air booth” in Skopje. Photo by Urban Art Actions, used with permission.