Mineral dust aloft in the atmosphere has a cooling effect not accounted for in current climate models.
In a stroke of luck, the SuperCam microphone on Perseverance was turned on the moment a dust devil swept directly over the rover.
Lava from the Agung and Batur volcanoes provides a near-pristine picture of Earth’s mantle and raises questions about all volcanoes along the Indonesian Sunda Arc and beyond.
El incremento en la educación en los países en vías de desarrollo podría traer un aumento modesto en las emisiones de carbono debido al crecimiento económico, pero la educación podría también reducir el impacto negativo del cambio climático en poblaciones vulnerables.
Increasing education in the developing world could lead to a modest increase in carbon emissions due to economic growth, but education could also reduce the negative impact of climate change on vulnerable populations.
A new data set combining sample data and remote sensing could give scientists the power to make accurate predictions at a global scale.
Researchers find that the key players in nitrification may already be known.
Researchers used machine learning to develop a model that can predict lightning strikes to within 30 minutes of their occurrence and within 30 kilometers of a weather station by using just four simple atmospheric measurements.
New evidence from deep mantle plumes suggests that Earth’s liquid outer core might be leaking tungsten isotopes into the lower mantle.
Measuring seismic waves passing through a glacier suggests that not only is liquid water playing a role in periodic surging but the water is channeled into cracks from across the ice.