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Puerto Rico’s location and topography make it one of Earth’s most susceptible regions to flooding during severe rainfall events, a recent study finds.

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Register for the virtual summit by June 4 for major savings on attendance costs.

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Studying Tucson, Arizona’s history with green infrastructure yields insights on how cities can accelerate its adoption.

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In the U.S., affordable housing tends to be most susceptible to coastal flooding from sea-level rise, new research indicates.

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Densely populated cities could attract stronger winds and more rain compared to other areas.

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Study highlights importance of strategic placement for wetland restoration projects.

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Scientists from University of California, San Diego, to adapt Earth-bound soil experiments to the International Space Station.

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Researchers believe a previously unknown chemical related to preservatives in rubber tires is responsible for mass salmon deaths after rainfall.

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Recent research aims to better understand how coastal storms affect groundwater quality and quantity

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New study shows planting new woodlands can double soil’s ability to retain water within just a few years.

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The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation recently launched its year-long Streamflow Forecast Rodeo competition, tasking participants with predicting short-term streamflow in the western U.S. more accurately than conventional methods.

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Rainfall-related disruptions to mobile signals could offer a more effective way to measure rainfall across both large distances and long timeframes.

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New study describes how salt marshes can work alongside grey infrastructure to improve resilience against sea level rise.

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Study suggests as many as 1.5 billion people will depend on mountain meltwater in order to support communities and agriculture by 2050

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By cutting trees, digging canals, and building dams, beaver colonies shape their forest dwellings in ways that transform flooding patterns, the local food chain, and the structure and size of nearby waterways.

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