Ocean eddies spin round and round, but not in a perfect circle.
Forest elephants are the “gardeners of the Congo.” How might their dwindling population affect carbon storage in the world’s second-largest tropical forest?
LGBTQ+ researchers and communities are working to establish visibility and acceptance in the sciences. How is STEM evolving to welcome them?
Musical numbers include an Italian fault and a tour of an African greenstone belt.
Images taken covertly in the 1970s have taken on a new purpose in a recent glaciology study.
Female scientists have weathered bias, lack of support, and unsafe work environments since the dawn of oceanography. Could recent initiatives, technology, and awareness chart the way to safer waters?
A map of the world’s free-flowing rivers shows a shrinking number can still meander as they please. New plans for hydropower will further constrain flow.
Measuring gravity’s tiny fluctuations is giving the United States an upgraded system of elevations.
Tree rings help scientists trace the influence of greenhouse gas emissions on 20th-century drought conditions.
Ice formed in coastal nurseries along Russia’s Arctic coast is melting before it can float far offshore. Scientists are worried about what that means for wildlife.