A specially designed instrument enabled researchers in the Arctic to measure turbulence within 1 meter of the interface where ice meets ocean.
Mounting evidence suggests the need for improved water planning strategies and revamped hydrological models.
Researchers tracked long-term sediment dynamics in Canada’s Quesnel Lake following the 2014 failure of a dam that spilled record-breaking amounts of contaminated mining waste.
New research could help inform future studies of how the release of carbon dioxide from the Southern Ocean might affect global climate change.
Although the total surface area of Earth’s lakes emits less methane than previously believed, it is still among the largest natural methane sources.
A deep dive into a 2015 Oklahoma earthquake reveals new insights into the dynamics of quakes induced by wastewater injection, and could help inform future earthquake hazard modeling.
Nuevos experimentos en un antiguo sitio de derrames de petróleo en Minnesota sugieren que los procesos no biológicos por sí solos no pueden explicar la disminución de la magnetización.
New experiments at an old oil spill site in Minnesota suggest that nonbiological processes alone may not account for decreased magnetization.
International community–driven efforts lend confidence to fault-slip simulations while highlighting key discrepancies.