Researchers assess tsunami risk in the South China Sea based on models of seismic slip along the Manila megathrust.
New research suggests that continually monitoring gravity changes near active volcanoes could provide insights into volcanic activity.
Data from multiple orbiters give a clearer picture of how density and temperature interact and what that could mean for future satellite missions.
Scientists investigate how dipolarization fronts in Earth's protective magnetosphere interact with the environment around them.
Researchers uncover new insights into the life cycle of water in the Antarctic region by measuring noble gas concentrations.
Using Puerto Rico's Luquillo Mountains as a case study, scientists use the region's geological history to study how knickpoints—areas where there's a sharp change in the river's slope—move over time.
Scientists investigate atmospheric conditions that correlate to heavy rainfall in the midlatitudes.
Scientists investigate marine tephra layers for clues to Japan's volcanic past.
Grouping targets that need to be hit into composite goals may help countries evaluate their progress toward sustainable development targets laid out by the United Nations.
Researchers investigate the properties of bubbles at deep-ocean oil seeps to improve oil spill models.