This study revealed that fresh organic vapors are soluble in particulate organics that are actively growing in size. However, if the particulate matter ages, fresh organic vapors can no longer mix with the organic matter.
A modeling study finds that multiple factors almost perfectly balance under anthropogenic greenhouse gas forcing, leaving no footprint on the dynamically induced ocean heat storage in the Southern Ocean.
The results of this study are consistent with the idea that the stress of chronic salinity exposure changes tree leaf shape and function, weakening their physiology and setting in motion processes that lead to death.
Testing the assumption that different future socio-economic development patterns, which result in different land-use changes, can be paired with different future climate outcomes for risk assessments in a multi-model framework.
The diversity and function of organic matter in rivers at a large scale are influenced by factors, such as the types of vegetation covering the land, the energy characteristics, and the breakdown potential of the molecules.