Traditional physical models are no longer the only foundational tools for processing geophysical data; “big data” help to reveal the laws of geophysics from new angles with exciting results so far.
A new book presents an example-driven collection of basic methods, applications, and visualizations to process satellite data sets for Earth science research.
A new special collection in JGR: Solid Earth and Earth and Space Science seeks papers from across disciplines that provide insights into induced seismicity at different spatial and temporal scales.
Scientists are still seeking an explanation for the Mid-Pleistocene Transition when ice ages became longer in duration and exploring what it may mean for future climate change.
A new special collection in GeoHealth seeks papers examining the link between environmental conditions and human health in Africa.
Contributions are invited to a new journal special collection on the use of new machine learning methodologies and applications of machine learning to Earth system modeling.
Over a 13-year period, almost a thousand flights surveyed land and sea ice across the Arctic, Antarctic, and Alaska, providing unique insights into how the polar regions are changing.
A special collection in Tectonics on geodynamics in the Mediterranean region celebrates the life and work of the renowned Italian geologist Renato Funiciello.
Ten years of interdisciplinary studies since the disastrous Tohoku-oki earthquake have improved our knowledge of earthquake-cycle processes and hazard, but prediction of such events remains elusive.
Editing a book can be a rewarding professional experience, but there are misconceptions about scientific books in terms of their quality, value, and discoverability.