A see-through plastic fault lets researchers directly measure how earthquake stresses affect fault properties.
Researchers head to the field to investigate the causes of low-oxygen waters in coastal aquatic environments.
An updated analytical technique gave researchers a new look at ion cyclotron waves in Mars’s extended hydrogen exosphere.
Researchers use ancient rifting systems in the Bay of Biscay to investigate the precollision history of the Pyrenees Mountains.
Researchers investigate the strength of Oregon’s coastal hillsides in the face of an earthquake.
Researchers test how different minerals found in the Earth’s mantle respond to high temperatures and pressures.
Scientists create a mathematical model to predict when drought pushes plants to die.
Florida’s sediment record reveals surprising new information about the frequency of large hurricanes hitting the state.
Scientists attempting to understand the Earth’s exosphere use a spectrometer to study different types of hydrogen atoms energized by the sun.
Researchers track the presence of black carbon above the Arctic Circle.