Meltwater pulse 1A, a period of rapid sea level rise after the last deglaciation, was powered by melting ice from North America and Scandinavia, according to new research.
The first extensively documented air pressure–driven meteotsunami on one of the Great Lakes presents an opportunity to use existing weather models to predict when these potentially deadly waves will strike.
With increased investment and renewed interest, a project to halt land degradation across the Sahel aims to transform the landscape—and people’s lives.
Indonesians say being prepared for climate-related disasters helped blunt the impact of the coronavirus pandemic—and that lessons in resilience may mitigate the effects of climate crises in the future.
Supercomputer 3D modeling of magnetic fields could help mitigate damage from geomagnetic storms.
Researchers analyzed a survivor’s account of the disaster to better understand future temblors.
New research shows a growing threat from Pacific storms amid climate change.
Researchers measure both grounded and floating ice sheets using satellite data spanning a 16-year period.
Científicos descubren que condados altamente contaminados en los Estados Unidos tendrán una tasa de mortalidad por COVID19 4.5 veces más grande que aquellos condados similares.
Scientists find that highly polluted counties in the United States will have a COVID-19 death rate 4.5 times higher than those with low pollution if they’re otherwise similar.