Researchers identified offshore sand sources that could be used for future beach replenishment without causing a bigger erosion problem elsewhere, a USGS lead scientist says.
Data will help direct efforts to protect public health from harmful emissions in 10 states along the 2,000-mile border.
Data could save utilities money and facilitate logistics for repair crews.
Although one critic says the model's sea level rise and subsidence rates were optimistic, he admits the model still predicts land could be delivered to the sinking delta.
Using research from the Berkeley Institute, the Haas School hopes to help bring real solutions to the marketplace.
Water gurus weigh in on Texas' efforts to manage its water supply and demand.
Carbon nanotubes have enabled the chemical engineers to achieve hydrogen storage capacity up to 8 percent by weight.
Panamanian company will pay $1.25 million for vessel pollution crimes.
Researchers are studying the genomes of uncultivated microbes found in OMZs to better understand how they participate in global geochemical cycles such as the carbon and nitrogen cycles.
Services company signs agreement with DTE Biomass Energy to use methane as a feedstock for renewable electric power.
NIST funds study to research the interactions between building materials and chemicals used in methamphetamine labs.
Proposals must be submitted by Nov. 23 and all work must be completed by April 2010.
A designer molecule created by researchers at Indiana University Bloomington works in water at normal pH levels.