Three-dimensional reconstructions enable virtual exploration of pits on the Moon.
A new approach to detect hot spots of methane emissions with eddy covariance flux towers proves to be a worthy contender.
A new-generation weather radar and a massive supercomputing system enables forecasts of storms refreshed every 30 seconds, a significant development in severe weather prediction.
By sampling and analyzing zircons from glacial eskers dating from about 20,000 years ago, the extent of the oldest known rocks on Earth can be better mapped and constrained.
The loss cone of energetic particles in the Earth’s inner magnetosphere is substantially modified during disturbed times, with important implications for the radiation-belt and ring current modeling.
Online training produces more accurate and stable machine-learned models than classic offline learning from big data sets.
Volcanic ground deformation is not simply correlated with erupted volume. Researchers propose that high concentrations of magmatic volatiles make systems more compressible and suppress deformation.
Thermodynamic calculations in multiphase, multicomponent magmatic systems can be slow and buggy. A new parallel architecture solves the free energy minimization problem much faster than alternatives.
The 2022 Tonga volcano eruption altered the global ionosphere, creating a huge ionospheric hole locally near the epicenter and large-amplitude plasma bubbles remotely over the Asia-Oceania area.
Small variations in clumped O2 isotopes reflect temperatures in the upper troposphere. Bubbles measured in polar ice cores show the global lapse-rate appears to steepen during the Last Glacial Maximum.