RECENTLY PUBLISHED High Mountain Rain Has Scientists Rethinking River Basics Cleaner Pandemic Air Led to Reduced Lightning Strikes Worldwide A New Explanation for Organics on a Mars Rock That Fell to Earth 海洋地壳中的断层导致慢地震波 Critical Zone Geology Lakes EVERYTHING ATMOSPHERIC The Surprising Reach of Tonga’s Giant Atmospheric Waves Understanding Rare Rain Events in the Driest Desert on Earth Drop in Rain Forest Productivity Could Speed Future Climate Change Planetary Dunes Tell of Otherworldly Winds “If we want to provide the most helpful information to people assessing future coastal risk, we need to know more than just sea level rise.”Chris Piecuch, “Atmospheric Rivers Spur High-Tide Floods on U.S. West Coast” EARTH SCIENCE ARCHIVE The Role of Magma in the Birth of the Atlantic Ocean High-resolution seismic models of the Nova Scotia margin reveal a role for magmatism in continental breakup, even at magma-poor sections of the eastern North American margin. by Jack Lee Radiometric Dating Sheds Light on Tectonic Debate The emplacement of the Samail Ophiolite in Oman has been a source of disagreement among geologists. New state-of-the-art research offers a fresh perspective on its timing and geometry. by Aaron Sidder From River to Sea: Estimating Wood Cascades Dams and deforestation have chipped away at the millions of cubic meters of wood that flow through rivers and out to sea. by Carolyn Wilke Rethinking How Valley Fever Spreads Scientists have long assumed that dust storms lead to infections with the desert soil fungus Coccidioides, but new evidence suggests otherwise. by Saima Sidik 地震资料中的断层和褶皱信号 种新的数值模型模拟了整个地震周期内的地壳褶皱。 by Kate Wheeling Soil Texture Affects How Carbon Is Stored Underground Using measurements from more than 9,300 soil samples collected worldwide, researchers have shown that carbon storage in soils is affected by both air temperature and soil texture. by Katherine Kornei Recovering Mantle Memories from River Profiles Researchers use a closed-loop modeling strategy to validate regional uplift patterns recorded in river profiles across the African continent. by Kate Wheeling Diurnal Oxidation for Manganese Minerals in the Arctic Ocean The relative abundance of different oxidation states for this important micronutrient varies on the basis of how much available sunlight there is. by Morgan Rehnberg Invasive Plants and Climate Change Will Alter Desert Landscapes In experiments conducted in Biosphere 2, invasive buffelgrass weathers higher temperatures and drought conditions better than its native brethren. by Katherine Kornei What a Gold Mining Mishap Taught Us About Rivers Miners in Alaska rerouted a river to search for gold. One hundred years later, the new channel is teaching scientists how rivers shape Earth. by Jenessa Duncombe Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.