Un proyecto comunitario en las tierras altas de Kigezi está ayudando a identificar puntos calientes de deslizamientos de tierra e inundaciones y cómo los peligros están evolucionando.
A community project in the Kigezi Highlands is helping to identify landslide and flooding hot spots and how the hazards are evolving.
Researchers are using remote sensing to track floating mats of plastic trapped in water hyacinth plants.
The twice-daily ebb and flow of the sea have the power to change the planet. Weak tides could have allowed Earth to freeze over, and strong tides may have given vertebrates a leg up on land.
Sea surface salinity is starting to rival other methods for seasonal rain forecasting.
Using the prevalence of unstable rock formations in Israel’s Negev Desert, researchers determined that historical earthquakes in the region were weaker than previously thought.
An unusual type of cloud might explain the sky in The Scream, and scientific verisimilitude reveals which is the real da Vinci masterpiece, new studies suggest.
Student involvement in geoscience unions: A case study from hydrology
Small spikes in the solar system's magnetic field may help scientists detect overlooked and possibly dangerous debris clouds around near-Earth asteroids.