Scientists map biodiversity changes in the world's forests

A group of EPFL and ETH Zurich scientists have mapped the biodiversity in forests worldwide. Their data, when combined with climate projections, reveal trends that could support ecosystem conservation and restoration efforts.

Using a machine learning to model dead zones in lakes

Aquatic ecosystems are complex environments that can be affected by many variables, including weather, the biological activities of the organisms living within them, and anthropogenic nutrient pollution. The influence these ...

Verifying the mathematics behind ocean modeling

Global climate models, such as the Energy Exascale Earth System Model developed by the U.S. Department of Energy, rely on many underlying equations that simulate Earth's natural processes. These include the water cycle, carbon ...

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