Study bolsters hypothesis that volcanoes on China’s Hainan Island were formed by a hot spot.
Aspiring Toward Healthy Cities in China
One of the authors of a new report on efforts to create healthy cities in China describes challenges and opportunities for urban health and healthcare.
U.S. and China Assess Ecosystem Effects of a Fading Cryosphere
Impacts of a Changing Cryosphere on Lakes and Streams in Mountain Regions: US-China Collaborative Workshop at Qinghai Lake; Qinghai, China, 21–27 August 2017
Managing Radio Traffic Jams with the Cloud
Sensor networks and data mining allow for fully automated, real-time monitoring of radio waves.
China Catching Up to United States in Research and Development
China recently overtook the European Union in spending on basic and applied research in science and engineering.
Modeling Beijing’s Water Crisis
Beijing’s growing population is rapidly draining its water supplies. A new study examines how land use change affects groundwater storage beneath the megacity.
The Microphysics of Squall Lines
Scientists tracked the distribution of raindrops of different sizes as a row of thunderstorms formed by a cold front developed and intensified over eastern China.
Choosing a Lunar Landing Site
A recent article in JGR: Planets described the geological characteristics of two candidate sites for the upcoming Chinese mission to the Moon.
Are Humans to Blame for Worsening Heat Waves in China?
A new study suggests that even hotter events will follow unless greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.
A Volcanic Trigger for Earth’s First Mass Extinction?
Abnormally high levels of mercury in Ordovician rocks may imply that a huge surge of volcanism took place at a time when much of the planet’s ocean life vanished.