A transdimensional, probabilistic approach is more flexible than traditional least squares fits and provides better handling of sharply varying slip distributions.
New methods that help researchers understand the decision-making processes of neural networks could make the machine learning tool more applicable for the geosciences.
Artificial intelligence can be used to analyze massive amounts of data from climate simulations, but more training data are needed.
New data sets from the ArcticDEM project help scientists track elevation changes from natural hazards like volcanoes and landslides before, during, and long after the events.
A new modeling strategy could improve streamflow predictions in places where mountain snow is a critical source of water.
In the most detailed and highest-resolution black hole simulation to date, an international team of researchers showed the Bardeen-Petterson effect for the first time.
The software could help strengthen ice sheet models to provide a better basis for policy decisions.