Air and water meet over most of the earth’s surface, but exactly where one ends and the other begins turns out to be a surprisingly subtle question.
A new study in Nature narrows the boundary to just one quarter of… more>
The federal government may not have been able to save California from massive budget cuts, but at least a stimulus research grant will help scientists understand the biology of western lakes.
USC College biologists Douglas… more>
In the United States, despite droughts, water is accessible and relatively clean. You can find it in water fountains, sink faucets and store shelves.
But what if you had to walk miles for a sip of clean water?
Six Gabrielino… more>