New data on ancient burnt structures is integrated into a superior spherical cap field model for Europe.
Analysis of California earthquakes solidifies links between shaking due to remote earthquakes and increased local earthquake activity that persists for times longer than for regular aftershocks.
A 200-year resolution record from the Black Sea for marine isotope stage 6 (130-180 ka) shows a stable geomagnetic field.
High quality data from Japan provides answers on where and when “enervated” earthquakes occur.
The great AD 365 earthquake at Crete has implied a locked Hellenic subduction zone that can produce more earthquakes to threaten Mediterranean coastlines. But what if wasn’t a subduction zone event?
New spaceborne high spectral resolution lidar measurements provide a new view of global aerosols.
A 20-year high-resolution global mesoscale convective system tracking database reveals the characteristics of mesoscale convective systems and their significant contributions to global rainfall.
Changes in the 14C ages of carbon and biomarkers deposited at the mouth of a river draining a permafrost watershed track responses of regional thaw depth to past warming and cooling.
Saturn’s oddly symmetrical magnetic field can be explained by models in which the active dynamo region is overlain by a thick, stable layer cooled more strongly at the poles.
Satellite data reveals that urban vegetation, especially urban forests, is the most important factor regulating Urban Heat Island intensity.