Why area burned isn’t the only metric one should consider when tallying a wildfire’s severity.
Study examines the potential for expanding almond orchards across the Southwest United States.
Future warming in the Northwest may be less severe during large precipitation events.
Ice age ice sheet loss drove a sudden northward shift of the westerly storm track, study finds.
A new study points to shortcomings in precipitation modeling that may hinder adaptation efforts.
A new method to track forests’ vulnerability to climate change impacts could help Northwest resource managers take preventative action.