Studying the Prairie-Pothole Region of North America could help improve water resource management across the continent.
Scientists study the impacts of sunlight and wind on evaporation at one of Earth’s most unusual lakes.
A “moist shell” makes all the difference in how some storms evolve.
Expanding agriculture efforts in cities could improve food security, ecosystem health, and more.
A new study repurposes telecommunications cables to harness sound from light. The method can accurately measure ground motion from distant earthquakes.
Scientists are using satellite data to study large impact basins on the surface of the Moon that contain magnetic anomalies.
One of the world’s largest carbon sinks is still poorly understood.
Achieving all 17 Sustainable Development Goals will require research, negotiation, and careful planning.
Scientists show small earthquakes caused by fracking near Guy-Greenbrier, Ark., in 2010 that could have been early indicators of high stress levels on larger faults deeper underground.
As a major atmospheric circulation system spreads farther poleward, some regions are drying out. But as time passes, will this drying be symmetrical across the globe?