Science of the Seas
A chronicle of a different way of engaging with the natural universe, communicated in the language of the fishers.
Can the government use green bonds to control their spread?
While many consumers get excited about the heavily discounted products, the sales extravaganza comes with a very hefty price tag for the environment.
Large earthquakes cause widespread damage, but the intensity of shaking is reduced when seismic waves have to travel at least 50 km before they reach people.
Most writings on Dalit political movements touch on the campaign for water access incidentally, as one issue among many the movement fought for.
Given what we know about climate change, at what point does enabling the exploitation of coal, oil and gas resources embody culpable moral complacency?
Most extant robotic systems are able to treat patients by performing motions in only the sagittal plane, and not in the coronal and the transverse planes.
An extended excerpt from a report on 'parasite publishers' prepared by researchers with the Basic Research Community for Physics.