Rushing rivers are helping melt Arctic sea ice, according to new research by NASA scientists. Continue reading →
The effects of mining activity contribute to concerns about a number of prominent waterways.
Even though the California Gold Rush took place more than a century ago, it left a toxic legacy of mercury pollution.
Satellite images show how record floods have swollen the Amur river in Russia , where more than 5 million people there and in China are being affected by rising waters. Continue reading →
Civilizations in the Arabian Peninsula and southern Iran found refuge during periodic dry spells along an ancient Gulf coastline.
Not even kryptonite can destroy this super-strength sweetener.
Fishermen caught a three-eyed fish in a reservoir that receives water from a nuclear plant in Argentina.
Maryland wildlife officials offer prizes for anglers who catch and kill invasive northern snakeheads.
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