Scientists evaluate the economic and environmental impacts of a warmer climate on European countries, finding a range of effects on tourism, electricity demand, and ecosystem production.
A new model simulates how faulting and folding deep in Earth’s crust shape the way rocks fold and cause earthquakes.
A new technique based on GPS signals could provide better wind speed measurements during hurricanes and cyclones.
Researchers drill into a fault that is anticipated to rupture in coming decades to study fault structure and earthquake physics.
A new study measures emission factors for tropical peatland fires in Malaysia.
Models of Neptune’s moon Triton reveal curious behavior in how tidal forces and mass anomalies cause the poles to reorient their location.
Gravity waves in the atmosphere drive weather around the globe. A new study helps interpret gravity wave data and identify annual patterns of this atmospheric mechanism.
Researchers test whether the changing composition of volcanic gas can signal a coming eruption in Chile’s Villarrica volcano.
Scientists measured carbon isotopes in certain types of fungi to assess whether the organisms can track how climate change is affecting grasses.
Scientists studying Earth's ancient oceans use a new method to measure ocean acidification and its effect on extinction events.