The skies over U.S. cities are cloudier than their surrounding areas.
Rocky Voices: A Q&A with Eva Enkelmann
A new book aimed at young adults explores the construction of the Canadian Rockies from the perspective of the minerals, fossils, and waterdrops that make and shape the landscape.
Solar Panels Nurse Desert Soil Back to Life
Cultivating delicate soil crust in the shade of solar panels might boost the recovery of arid land.
Rocky Exoplanet May Have Magnetic Field
Magnetic interactions between stellar wind and the planet likely caused extrasolar space weather.
Harpy Eagles Concentrate Precious Nutrients in the Amazon
Amazon soils are usually low in the nutrients that plants covet, but harpy eagles can create local hot spots with their poop and prey.
Eavesdropping on the Vibrations of Earth’s Magnetic Bubble
A NASA-funded crowdsourced science project has converted the unheard sounds resonating inside Earth’s magnetic shield into audible tracks, revealing an orchestra of whistles, wooshes, and chirps.
Para el 2100 la producción de alimentos podría contribuir con 1°C al calentamiento global
Un nuevo estudio separa las emisiones de gases de efecto invernadero provenientes de la agricultura, mostrando cómo lo que comemos calienta el planeta.
Mexico’s Biggest Earth Science Festival Draws Crowds
More than 1,400 people attended TierraFest 2023, an annual event where children, teenagers, scientists, and activists share knowledge about Earth sciences and the environment in Mexico.
Groundwater Pumping Is Causing Mexico City to Sink
Researchers say knowing how much water is being extracted is crucial for addressing infrastructure and water supply crises in the capital.
Tree Rings Hint at the Fall of the Hittite Empire
The Bronze Age civilization adapted to changes in climate but suffered during a prolonged crisis.