Remote sensing technology proves effective in monitoring key regions of the world’s oceans, where upwelling and other essential ecosystem services occur.
When the pandemic hit Nepal and the country’s main airport drastically cut flights, a group of drone experts, local governments, and scientists saw a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to gather geodata.
New instruments in the research tool kit bolster scientific understanding of the ecology of a greening Arctic.
Photographs of Iceland’s southern glaciers show pools of water where walls of ice once stood.
Underwater gliders provide unprecedented, daily data that reveal new insights into how carbon gets from the atmosphere to the deep ocean.
A team of volcanologists, chemists, physicists, and engineers from around the world test novel techniques at Central America’s two largest degassing volcanoes.
Off the east coast of South Africa, robotic ocean gliders deployed in the Agulhas Current capture new data that help us better understand how energy dissipates in the ocean.
Seismic lines, constructed for petroleum resource exploration, disturb Canadian peatlands, but how can we detect their impact on greenhouse gas budgets?
Here are six ways that drones are making their way into geosciences research and industry through innovative applications.
From the bottom of acid lakes to up in the sky, autonomous vehicles are changing the way scientists view and study Earth.