Still, more than half of the seeds required for cloud droplets to form in both the present-day and preindustrial atmospheres are made by trace gases that condense to form minute aerosol particles.
Slippage began hours before a landslide-driven tsunami destroyed a village in northwestern Greenland.
Satellite measurements confirm hundred-year-old observations collected by boat.
Electric fields with megavolt potentials in Jupiter’s polar region accelerate particles to 100 times more energy than Earth’s typical auroral particles, a new study finds.
A new analysis of three space storms reveals the mechanisms of particle loss from the Van Allen belts.
A new study illuminates how crustal rocks break and stretch.
The article about which this Research Spotlight was written has been retracted by the authors.
Increased glacial melt is boosting winter streamflows by filling aquifers, a new study on an Alaskan river suggests.
A new technique can remotely sense strong electrical fields within storm clouds.
Researchers make the first short-term observation of sodium flares in Mercury’s exosphere.