A social science perspective on unpredictable flood risk systems may help us expect the unexpected and mitigate flood damage.
Drought conditions dictate whether atmospherically deposited sulfate stays locked in a peatland or is mobilized to stimulate the bacterial methylation of mercury.
Scientists examine nitrous oxide production in aquatic environments and the conditions that drive it.
Imagers aboard a scientific balloon in the stratosphere serendipitously captured images of thin ice clouds that reveal instability and turbulence flows in remarkable detail.
New map identifies varying water usage in hydraulic drilling operations across the United States and what this means for potential environmental impacts.
Lower anthropogenic aerosol emissions in the 21st century may lead to warming that drives the Intertropical Convergence Zone northward.
Scientists use the gravity signature of the lunar surface to trace the history of impact cratering and its role in the Moon's evolution.
The largest body of fresh water on Earth governs the exchange of gases between water and the atmosphere that makes it a carbon sink for the entire region.
Editors discuss the importance, influence, and evolution of the American Geophysical Union's hydrological research journal, covering one of our planet's most complex and precious resources.
A new study uses data from the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission to demonstrate that electrified storms in the tropics are 10 times larger over the ocean than those over land.