Scientists have uncovered a connection between temperature gradients in the Pacific Ocean and deadly but predictable consecutive dry spells in East Africa.
New research suggests the source of morphologic variation on mid-ocean ridges might be deeper than scientists thought.
A new paper explores ways to mitigate the impact of geomagnetically induced currents on the New Zealand power grid.
Researchers used new techniques to more precisely estimate ground elevations on Mars, producing a refined resolution map for rover landings.
New findings show that underwater mountains may increase friction along subduction zones, building up stress and making larger ruptures more likely.
Scientists have little understanding of where magma is stored along the Cascade Volcanic Arc or how its volcanoes could affect population centers.
Scientists investigate the importance of a Pacific buoy network in monitoring and predicting the El Niño–Southern Oscillation.
The two largest U.S. national forests, both in Alaska, have low wildfire risk and provide crucial forest carbon stocks and biodiversity benefits.