Airborne measurements put methane emissions from Colorado's Denver-Julesburg Basin at 12 to 26 tons per hour.
By changing the flow of the river, aquatic plants affect the distribution of nutrients on the riverbed.
A pronounced contrast in salinity between the Gulf Stream and current rings makes satellite salinity measurements valuable.
Observations track elevation changes of an island in the Kodiak Archipelago to past ruptures of the Alaska-Aleutian megathrust fault.
A new ice core measurements-based record of a climate-active gas shows variability on millennial timescales.
The rapid development of dams in the Mekong River Basin could pose a threat to future environmental stability.
Rediscovered historical records of sea level in New York Harbor show the increasing threat of storm surges.
The strength of land-atmosphere coupling in a given model influences how it represents deforestation’s effects.
Mud layers in a stalagmite from a cave on the Yucatán Peninsula show hurricane activity was steady or elevated throughout the Maya collapse.
Researchers tracked what happened to the White Salmon River after engineers removed the 100-year-old Condit Dam.