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Zeolites — a group of common minerals featuring forms of aluminum and silicon — could make bioretention more effective particularly in agricultural settings, according to new research.

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By bringing huge amounts of sand from deeper waters to the shoreline, new research suggests extreme storms could enhance coastal climate change resilience.

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New analysis finds wide variation among U.S. cities regarding what is – and is not – considered green infrastructure.

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A new, long-term research project aims to fill data gaps and define best practices for optimizing stormwater infrastructure.

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New research claims that with enough impervious space, no amount of stormwater infrastructure can effectively curb runoff volumes.

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Researchers predict astronomical influences will compound climate change to cause more frequent flooding beginning in March 2034.

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Recent research suggests human activity is causing gradual changes in the annual arrival of monsoon season, with negative effects on tropical environments and economies.

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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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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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Study highlights importance of strategic placement for wetland restoration projects.

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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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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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