Satellite data from Nyiragongo Volcano, Democratic Republic of Congo, track changes in summit-crater lava levels that provide a window into eruption dynamics and aid in forecasting future activity.
Calibrated low-cost sensors in Kinshasa and Brazzaville provide new information on pollution and help scientists model a way to improve access to air quality data.
The forests could switch from a carbon sink to a carbon source by the mid-2030s.
Earlier this year, a red glow became visible atop Nyamulagira, a volcano in the East African Rift. Helicopter flights soon confirmed lava fountains inside a pit crater on the volcano's central caldera.
Researchers determined the environmental conditions most likely to trigger a cholera epidemic in a region in eastern Congo.