Scientific American · #Adaptation #Nature-Based Solutions #Slow Water #Water
Restoring natural water flows in cities can lessen the impacts of floods and droughts.
New tactics for capturing floods and surviving droughts could help communities across California and the world.
Scientific American · #Biodiversity #Science
How a naturalist’s observations in the wilds of British Columbia inspired a scientist to discover hidden symbioses—overturning 150 years of accepted scientific wisdom.
Scientific American · #Adaptation #Climate Change #Slow Water
Researchers have finally been able to pinpoint just how much impervious surfaces exacerbate flood levels
Scientific American · #Science #Water
Reservoirs may promote waste by creating a false sense of water security.
Recovering “ghost creeks” from past landscapes can help protect the city’sfuture amid climate chaos.
Scientific American · #Biodiversity #Biology #Indigenous
A new IMAX film highlights their beauty and resilience.
Species may have evolved their wide array of sounds to fill unused parts of the frequency spectrum. This could also reveal the degree of biodiversity in an ecosystem.