RECENTLY PUBLISHED Understanding Earthquakes Triggered by Wastewater Injection 地震建模专家联合行动比较和改进模型编码 Adventure Time Unlocking the Magmatic Secrets of Antarctica’s Mount Erebus Basalts Freshwater Greenhouse Gases The Bottom of the Ocean “Landslide Graveyard” Holds Clues to Long-Term Tsunami Trends Groundwater Flow May Contribute to Submarine Permafrost Thaw Million or Billion? Narrowing Down the Age of Mantle Processes in New Guinea Deep-Sea Exploration Could Help Us Fight the Next Pandemic “Fundamentally, it’s about moving from an extractive to an inclusive model of forest science.”Oliver L. Phillips, “Open and Fair Data in Tropical Forests” EARTH SCIENCE ARCHIVE Stormwater Ponds Are Carbon Sources, Not Sinks New research from Florida tracks carbon dioxide and methane emissions from human-created waterways. by Robin Donovan Why Do Rivers Jump Off the Beaten Path? Researchers sifted through 50 years of satellite imagery and came up with new clues to where and why rivers avulse, suddenly changing their course. by Carolyn Wilke Circling Antarctica to Unveil the Bed Below Its Icy Edge An international initiative aims to collect a comprehensive airborne data set from the Antarctic Ice Sheet margin to better estimate ice discharge and sea level contributions today and in the future. by Kenichi Matsuoka, René Forsberg, Fausto Ferraccioli, Geir Moholdt and Mathieu Morlighem Peeking at Peatlands: Satellite Data Fuel New Findings Researchers are combining hard-to-get field measurements with satellite imagery to gain new insight into where peatlands are and how they work. by Adityarup Chakravorty Steep Mountain Slopes Have Surprisingly Long Lifetimes New models of eastern Tibetan hillsides show that steep slopes with “excess” rock last longer on average than their shallower counterparts. by Rebecca Dzombak Massive Groundwater Systems Lie Beneath Antarctic Ice Scientists are updating ice stream models to understand the ways in which deep groundwater systems impact ice flow. by Robin Donovan Small Catchments Sustain Silicon Signatures Following Storms Watersheds have unique patterns of silicon export due to differences in subsurface water routing and biogeochemical reactions. by Jack Lee Newly Discovered Lake May Offer a Glimpse into Antarctica’s Past Scientists dive in—metaphorically—to Lake Snow Eagle, only recently revealed through ice-penetrating radar. by Andrew J. Wight A Community-Led Landslide Prediction System in India In a first-of-its-kind disaster prevention initiative, a meteorology-based landslide prediction system was developed as a crowdsourced science effort. by Rishika Pardikar Los microbios podrían comer minerales magnéticos en un sitio de derrame de petróleo Nuevos experimentos en un antiguo sitio de derrames de petróleo en Minnesota sugieren que los procesos no biológicos por sí solos no pueden explicar la disminución de la magnetización. by Sarah Stanley Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.