Researchers find an efficient way to convert nitrogen found in sewage into valuable ammonia.
University of Guelph researchers found Earth’s agricultural landmass could increase by one-third, including new farming in northern Canada and Russia, but not without environmental impacts.
Cascades are not just small falls of water, but can also be a succession of failures and damages occurring after natural hazard events.
A smart-farm solution to reduce agriculture water consumption.
In this WIREs Water review, the authors appraise the effectiveness with which emerging technologies and tools can (or cannot) be used to semi-automate the geomorphic analysis of rivers.
In their WIREs Water review, Christopher Schulz and Bill Adams provide an overview of the responses to the work done by the World Commission on Dams over the past 20 years.
In this WIREs RNA review, the authors discuss the role of different miRNAs controlling yield-related quantitative traits in rice.
Strength of logic doesn’t substitute for strength in numbers, and an emotional message!
The TriboPump enables energy-efficient water disinfection at the point of use.
Floodplains are some of the most ecologically important and human‐impacted habitats throughout the world.
Oil-rich countries force through compromise at UN climate talks in Bonn, Germany, that many think falls short of acting on key conclusions from last year’s IPCC report.
The domestication of crops is a directed evolutionary process that has lasted for most of human history. It has allocated naturally occurring mutations that encode traits for higher production, better taste, and convenient cultivation. These traits can better manage...