Un repunte en vehículos limpios ha mejorado más la calidad del aire en comunidades adineradas en comparación con comunidades marginalizadas de California, muestra un nuevo estudio.
Wildfires that wreaked havoc on California in 2020 filled the atmosphere with a potent greenhouse gas.
An uptick in clean vehicles has improved air quality in wealthier communities over marginalized communities in California, a new study finds.
Lab experiments on pieces of granite reflect natural aftershock dynamics and highlight the role of rock roughness along a fault.
Scientists analyzed more than 1.2 million trees to assemble chronologies of annually dated rings, which will inform fields ranging from climate science to seismology.
Sea spray can transport sewage-contaminated waters inland, potentially exposing those living kilometers from the beach.
A five-year time series from radar satellite imagery tracks surface slip on major faults in the San Francisco Bay Area, capturing subtle velocity variations and controlling factors.
A new study highlights the benefits of urban gardens for their human caretakers and local ecosystems.
A “nestbox highway” in California’s Central Valley is guiding songbirds to safe nesting sites and giving scientists a peek at fledgling success in a changing climate.
Changing wildfire activity in California may impact seasonal hydrology by causing intense snowmelt during winter in areas where fires extend into higher elevation zones.