A new study explores questions of consent and coercion in citizen science.
A new case study investigates causes and effects of California’s 2017 wildfire season.
Research suggests that the spherical structures, smaller than grains of sand, may be microtektites, but additional investigations are needed to verify their identity.
Studying shock precursors in a laboratory setting enables researchers to take a different look at the precursors’ properties and the physics behind them.
In the first global assessment of its kind, researchers discovered that coral recruitment is declining globally and throughout the tropics while increasing in the subtropics.
The “smart” Memorial Bridge spanning the Piscataqua is outfitted with a tidal turbine and more than 40 sensors.
The model was previously used to describe the behavior of ferromagnets in the presence of external magnetic fields.
Research helps allay concerns about discrepancies between atmospheric chemistry models and historical direct measurements.
The online community of the Milky Way Project citizen scientists helped scientists identify compact star-forming regions now known as yellowballs.
Case studies from around the world illustrate the power of geodetic data in earthquake monitoring.