December 7, 2016

Human activity results in the loss of approximately 40,000 square miles of forest per year. Meanwhile, our ability to regenerate lost trees and ecosystems through reforestation programs is lagging at a rate of approximately 13,500 square miles per year. Most of the for...

December 4, 2016

In a recent study Crowther, et. al. finds that scientists underestimate the number of trees on earth and that the new estimate, obtained using ground-based sensors rather than satellite imagery, is exceedingly higher than previously thought. Using over 400,000 ground-b...

December 2, 2016

Today, many hectares of wasteland have been created as a result of open-pit mining, especially in tropical areas. Once a mine has exhausted the commercially valuable minerals, it is often necessary to implement some form of water control in an effort to prevent the aba...

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