Scientists saw hints in satellite data of dramatic geologic features under thousands of meters of ice in a little-probed part of East Antarctica. Now they are using airborne radar to explore further.
Researchers found that humans contribute far less nitrogen to the open ocean than previously thought.
Researchers discovered the first new variety of hydrothermal vents in a decade—a finding that may give clues to how oceanic crust cools.
Increased sedimentation from a melting glacier inhibits filter feeders in an Antarctic fjord.
Researchers have calculated for the first time the volumes of recently accumulated groundwater reserves worldwide—the "young" groundwater that most of humanity depends on.
Researchers are developing a porous concrete filter to pull harmful dissolved metals out of water.
A geoscience study-abroad program breaks new ground in the United States by planning the course's curriculum from the get-go to include students with disabilities.