Scientists use noise data collected at the Long Beach dense array to measure elusive high-frequency surface waves.
Scientists tell the story of the past monsoon by measuring boron isotopes in organisms in the Arabian Sea.
Scientists create collisionless shock waves to better understand the phenomenon in nature.
Scientists discover the causes for heat flow anomalies near the Japan Trench.
Dunes, ridges, or something else? Scientists seek to understand the origins of transverse aeolian ridges.
A rising tone in wave frequencies suggests a complicated, nonlinear series of interactions between electromagnetic sound waves and protons near the magnetic equator.
Researchers look at previous Walker circulation models and ask, Does damping truly matter?
The properties of terrestrial gamma ray flashes have eluded scientists for years. This new study sheds light on how they originate.
Scientists find a solution to a 200-year-old problem: syncing the prominent bulges on the Moon with our natural satellite's origins.
"Hot spots" of species richness currently include the Bering Sea, Lancaster Sound, Baffin Bay, and Davis Strait. Will this change as sea ice melts?