In a tradition that harks back to the ancient Greeks, students and early career scientists organized a symposium to help network, improve academic skills, and collaborate with peers.
The White House's proposed budget for the U.S. Geological Survey calls for robust funding in many key areas.
Appointments and honors for Earth and space scientists.
The well-known ratio between sand ripple spacing and wave-driven flow oscillations may be dictated by flow dynamics downstream of ripple crests.
The seafloor in deep water regions off the coast of Nigeria is speckled with pockmarks that scientists suggest were mainly made by the rapid formation of gas hydrate.
New measurements made in Greenland’s ice sheet show ice deformation in a caterpillar-like flow.
A new analysis of Cassini data reveals a major source of heavy hydrocarbons on Saturn’s moon Titan.
What can thin, wispy, twilight clouds tell scientists about the dynamics of the atmosphere?
An exciting program enabled students to present their poster papers in an electronic format along with a videotaped explanation of their work.
Scientists produce their own seismic waves—via explosives—to image the bottom region of the plate subducting under the New Zealand.