Despite occurring on different scales, flux measurements throughout the water column share log-normal probability distributions.
A community effort finds that carbonate standards eliminate the interlaboratory differences plaguing carbonate clumped-isotope thermometry studies.
A new study revises estimates for when oxygen became a permanent part of the atmosphere and solves a puzzle about glaciation during the Paleoproterozoic era.
The project exploring seismic noise during the coronavirus pandemic was fueled by Google searches and bathroom soldering sessions.
Researchers listened to boulders for thousands of hours to investigate how they weathered.
Spacecraft find that Mars oscillates 10 centimeters off its axis of rotation.
A thunderstorm made waves on a rare “bright night.”
Laboratory experiments show similarities between glacier beds and tectonic faults.
New research provides practical advice to minimize landslide risk for individuals before, during, and after an event.
Using satellite images of the lunar surface, scientists find trails left by boulders shaken loose by seismic activity.