A novel use of an existing fiber-optic cable off the coast of Spain has clued scientists in to how seismic noise is generated in the ocean.
A specially designed instrument enabled researchers in the Arctic to measure turbulence within 1 meter of the interface where ice meets ocean.
The tool extracts landslide information in real time, which could advance landslide research as well as disaster response.
Intrinsic dimensionality can quantify the level of information obtainable for various possible instrument configurations.
AGU is launching a community-driven effort, funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to support computational notebooks as primary research objects in scholarly publications.
After an exciting encounter with asteroid Bennu, the OSIRIS-REx mission team looks forward to hitting pay dirt when a hefty sample of ancient planetesimal material is delivered to Earth next year.
Researchers jerry-rigged fiber-optic cables in a fjord to eavesdrop on blue whales, with possible applications ranging from seafloor mapping to meteorology.
A centuries-old sailor’s hack enters the ecologist’s toolkit.
Guiding principles and strategies for solving local water availability problems in India have emerged from collaborations involving water users, water experts, and water solutions providers.
Scientists are making strides in monitoring firefighters for pollutant exposure using silicone wristbands, which will become even more important as wildfires encroach on the built environment.