The shape can also reveal information on the force required to carve sediment from its bank.
Metallic plasma layers in Earth's ionosphere interfere with radio communications and produce odd echo behavior at specific frequencies.
To reduce the barriers for engagement and success in this essential scientific enterprise, the American Geophysical Union is working to build a more transparent culture around the awards and nomination process.
A 16-month investigation of the dwarf planet Ceres could reveal a lot about the most massive body in the asteroid belt and could advance our understanding of the formation of terrestrial planets.
Researchers use satellite data to characterize the physical properties of the lunar wake and the processes that govern it.
Supercooled water contributes to sea ice growth in Antarctica.
First West African Workshop on Air Quality, Measurements, and Modeling; Abuja, Nigeria, 9–12 June 2014
Cooling inorganic and organic aqueous solutions makes the particles into more robust seeds of clouds.
Adapting a much-used analytical method to consider anisotropy opens up the approach to new uses.
Tons of cosmic dust enter Earth’s atmosphere each day, triggering a range of phenomena that scientists are only just beginning to understand.