The properties of the plate that does not sink may strongly control subduction zone dynamics.
Cooling inorganic and organic aqueous solutions makes the particles into more robust seeds of clouds.
Adapting a much-used analytical method to consider anisotropy opens up the approach to new uses.
Twenty years of ground motion observations show that seismic strain is accumulating south of Istanbul.
Over the northeast United States, ground-level ozone will peak in the winter rather than the summer thanks to continued reductions of regional nitrogen oxide emissions from smokestacks and tailpipes.
Satellite infrared observations are used to reconstruct African precipitation records for the past 30 years in an attempt to infer rainfall variability.
Researchers show that a data processing technique could salvage useful information from raw solar observations, opening the door to improved understanding of the solar dynamo.
An idealized climate model suggests polar warming stabilizes the jet stream and reduces atmospheric blocking at midlatitudes.
A decision-making model to turn seasonal climate forecasts into information farmers actually need.
Anthropogenic climate change is reducing the likelihood of the Earth seeing another slowdown in the rate of surface warming.