Laser-driven experiments on silica help scientists learn more about planetary formation and evolution.
“No challenge poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change,” the president said.
The Clean Rivers Project aims to dramatically reduce combined sewage overflows into D. C.’s waterways, improving water quality while also promoting resilience to climate change.
The newly discovered groundwater resource could be a source of geothermal energy in a place where electricity rates are the highest in the United States.
Core research programs and key imperatives are stressed in a new report by the National Science Foundation’s Advisory Committee for the Geosciences.
Earth and space scientists in the news.
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell discusses working with Congress, climate change, and scientific integrity during talks at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting.
A small earthquake that occurred in Ohio in 2014 is among the largest earthquakes thought to be induced directly by hydraulic fracturing.
The app sends local magnetic field strength along with your phone’s position and orientation to scientists, who use the data to fine-tune magnetic field models.
Coupling satellite data with climate models, scientists are beginning to understand how warming temperatures and increased precipitation will affect cholera outbreaks.