Getting to grips with evolutionary fisheries science

The IIASA Evolution and Ecology Program has played an internationally leading role in bringing attention to the evolutionary consequences of exploiting the world’s fish stocks. Fishing not only affects the numbers of fish, but also their heritable characteristics....

Transforming agriculture in Mexico

A freely available mobile application developed by IIASA researchers in collaboration with the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (known by its Spanish acronym CIMMYT), is providing farmers in Mexico with tutorials and expert advice to improve their farming practices and crop yields.

Finding the perfect balance

In many basins across the globe, increasing competition for water resources that serve multiple users in a variety of sectors, along with uncertain climatic conditions, are forcing decision makers to rethink the way in which multipurpose water storage facilities are...

Oil production releases more methane than previously thought

      A new study from the IIASA Air Quality and Greenhouse Gases Program, which for the first time takes into account different production management systems and geological conditions around the world, shows that global methane and ethane emissions...

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