Research on natural resources often involves interdisciplinary issues and may adopt a scientific, social scientific, medical or humanistic perspective. Such research may include aspects of decision-making, rights, or exploitation, or the environmental and health consequences of society's needs and the utilization of resources from nature, e.g., in forestry and agriculture, reindeer husbandry and mining activities.
Researchers have delevoped method using sound recordings to estimate gas exchange in waters.
A study in Nature shows new global assessment of the planet’s remaining free-flowing rivers.
Marcus Klaus studies how forestry greenhouse gas emissions is reduced by buffer strips along streams.