EARTH SCIENCE ARCHIVE
Concientizando sobre los riesgos a las faldas de uno de los volcanes más peligrosos del mundo
A la sombra de una erupción letal en el 2021, estudiantes en Goma, República Democrática del Congo, están aprendiendo sobre futuros riesgos.
Spain’s Seafaring Sports See Fewer Calm Days
Knowing the best days for calm or active water activities can strengthen the local economy and help tourists optimize their trips.
Machine Learning Helps Constrain the Thickness of Ancient Crust
A machine learning model trained using data on the chemical composition of magmatic rocks yields comparable, if not better, results to previously developed geochemical proxies.
Short-Lived Solutions for Tall Trees in Chile’s Megadrought
Some southern beeches in the Andes have plumbed deeper for moisture as the surface has dried up. But doing so may deplete resources and undermine the trees’ future health.
Outlook: Normal Atlantic Hurricane Season Expected
Atmospheric and oceanic features are simultaneously strengthening and suppressing hurricane activity this year.
A Giant Rockslide on a Bed of Steam
Detailed observations of the giant Sevier gravity slide in Utah show that the exceedingly low basal friction required for its rapid emplacement was developed by trapped thermally pressurized fluids.
The Art of Scientific Curation
Scientific content curation provides users across diverse disciplines and levels of experience with a valuable means of accessing relevant and reliable information amid the growing data landscape.
A Symbiosis Between Agriculture and Solar Power
A growing population requires more food and energy, which compete for limited space…unless they don’t.
Taking the Pulse of Global Change with World Heritage Data Sets
Applying World Heritage status to highly valuable environmental records would spotlight the vital insights they provide into how Earth is changing and would ensure their longevity and accessibility.
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