Two studies showcase new methods for analyzing GRACE data that better match the land surface, producing clearer estimates of mass variations.
An international group of researchers may have found a way to better account for carbon storage in forests.
Stunning images of the center of the Milky Way showcase technology and techniques that may be a starting point for more discoveries.
A principal component analysis of speculative models can more confidently predict the presence of a planetary object’s subsurface ocean than previous techniques.
Fiber-optic cables can provide a wealth of detailed data on subsurface vibrations from a wide range of sources. Machine learning offers a means to make sense of it all.
Scientists identify barriers to and opportunities for applying integrated, connected, open, and networked research strategies to natural hazards studies.
Un nuevo programa en línea puede trazar rápidamente los contornos de inundaciones pasadas, permitiendo que los países con escasez de datos se preparen para futuros desastres.
A new online program can quickly map the outlines of past floods, allowing data-scarce countries to prepare for future disasters.
Discovering climate signals in the archives: how using a common language for data deposition ensures your data are found, understood and cited.
NASA’s rapid response plan for gathering atmospheric data amid major volcanic eruptions, paired with efforts to improve eruption simulations, will offer better views of these events’ global effects.