Pictogramas recién creados tienen como objetivo comunicar fácilmente los términos de geociencia y geopeligro.
Scientists say managed retreat from climate-related dangers has to start now, and they are exploring potential guidelines for response and adaptation.
Newly created pictograms aim to easily communicate geoscience and geohazard terms.
Whether you’re considering short-term or long-term changes to water quality after a wildfire, scientists agree that sedimentation is a big concern.
Thanks to spectacular high-resolution images from Hayabusa2, scientists can now better estimate how and when the asteroid Ryugu formed, how its orbit has changed over time, and what its surface looks like.
Scientists found dozens of submarine landslides in the Gulf of Mexico, possibly triggered by remote earthquakes.
Forecasting air quality after a wildfire is improving, thanks to more-refined models that measure the biomass going into the blaze and the emissions coming out.
As fires burn across Southern California, researchers examine what role nonnative vegetation plays.
Legacy heavy metals from past industrial activity combine with traffic paint; asphalt; and bits of tires, brakes, and car parts to create toxic dust on our roadways.
Scientists found natural asbestos minerals in one of the fastest-growing counties in the United States. The health implications aren’t clear, nor are the impacts on development.