Twenty-five years’ worth of data allows scientists to suss out subtle signals deep in subduction zones.
Paleoclimate records shed light on the ancient civilization’s meteoric rise and catastrophic collapse.
Satellite data combined with wind models bring scientists one step closer to being able to monitor air pollution from space.
Deep-mantle flow helps maintain the river’s steady course.
Living in Geologic Time: Rafting through the past, present, and future of the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon.
A new, multipronged study sheds light on an ancient aquifer system.
The gas giant’s interior reveals evidence of an ancient impact.
Machine learning technology helps scientists recognize severe weather patterns.
Their “just right” shape lends some shooting stars flight stability and symmetry.
The effects of pumping wastewater from oil and gas extractions may last a decade or more after the injections stop.