A new special collection invites papers on a new era of remote sensing missions and instruments that will provide insights into human and climate driven changes on planet Earth.
Papers are welcomed for a new cross-journal special collection exploring the links between air quality and lung cancer.
Drought should be considered and modeled as a process, including human–nature interactions, and not merely a product of water deficit.
A new book presents an overview of crustal magmatic systems and explores variations within these systems through analytical, experimental, and numerical approaches.
Wind has been one of the most robust, diverse, long-lasting, and impactful heliophysics missions ever to have been carried out.
A new set of five books presents the latest science on the Sun and the solar wind, magnetospheres in the solar system, Earth’s ionosphere, Earth’s upper atmosphere, and the effects of space weather.
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Contributions are invited to a new cross-journal special collection that describe novel advances in critical zone research, with specific consideration for transferable and broadly applicable science.
Major disruptions to the stratospheric circulation have far-reaching effects, including increased likelihood of snowstorms, growth of the ozone hole, and interference in global telecommunications.
A global investigation discovers where annually laminated stalagmites are found, analyzes their growth properties, and explains how they can be best used in Earth science research.