Solar-powered hot-air balloons, floating 2.5 times as high as Mount Everest, detected a buried explosion more clearly than ground-based sensors did.
A team of researchers at the University of Michigan is looking to animals to find new ways for autonomous vehicles to navigate through the environment.
Perhaps the most complex earthquake rupture ever studied is further constrained by signals from Earth’s ionosphere.
Researchers in Spain monitored variations in seismic noise across Barcelona as the city locked down during the pandemic, clarifying the seismic band associated with human activity.
Utah’s famous bridges and spires hum with a deep, earthly music, just below the threshold of human perception.
By timing sound waves set in motion by earthquakes, scientists have estimated that the Indian Ocean is warming by roughly 0.044 K per decade.
Conforme el océano se calienta debido al cambio climático, ruidos más fuertes podrían enmascarar los llamados de otros animales marinos usados para navegar, buscar alimento o pareja.
Acoustic tools identify the population of “the most important fishery in the Southern Ocean.”
Rumbling volcanoes act like giant musical instruments that researchers can study to better monitor eruptions.
As the ocean warms because of climate change, the louder din could mask other marine animals’ calls used to navigate, forage, and find mates.