New initiatives to preserve water flow may improve the chances of natural river flow. Can water conservation efforts restore the Colorado River Delta?
Farmers and land and water managers can take two paths in the face of climate change – namely adaptation and mitigation.
This week’s earthquakes ranged from green to yellow on the USGS scale – how do they measure the impacts of a quake, and what do the colors mean?
In August of 2011, seismologists recorded an earthquake mainshock in Virginia and this author felt it in Windsor, Ontario. A lot happened before and since, including probable foreshocks, damaged structures, and aftershocks. The foreshocks are past, the damage is repaired but the aftershocks continue to this day, and there is a rush to research them. […]
Whether you love or hate the idea of a wind chill factor, ‘Feels Like’ concepts appear to be here to stay during discussions of weather and the temperature.
This week’s most noteworthy DOI news was the proposed sale of offshore wind energy leases. What are the implications of a move towards green energy?
Cooperation in land subsidence, Polar Bear habitats, and overdrafting issues are the focus of this week’s DOI Video – what’s the science behind these them?
This week’s news from the DOI features restoration efforts along the Gulf Coast and within the Klamath River basin.
This week’s “Interior” video broadcast highlights geographic and geoscience topics and includes both ancient and modern day earth-changing processes.