Given the unambiguous climate warming in recent decades, is it possible to infer radiative climate feedback from modern satellite measurements of the energy budget of the Earth?
The discovery of tiny crystals of the iron-rich hydroxychloride kuliginite in New Caledonia provides new insights into the hydrogen production from mantle rocks and saline water.
The depth of the ocean’s surface mixed layer is typically defined based on density thresholds. However, a more physically appealing definition can be constructed from potential energy considerations.
Researchers have created a framework to trace the impacts of climate change and adaptation across energy and water systems in California.
A 15-year-old partnership among Chinese and U.S. scientists studying challenges in our food, energy, and water systems has revealed that solutions are best achieved through international collaboration.
Spacecraft observations and model simulations provide new insights into tidal patterns that transport momentum and energy into the planet’s upper atmosphere.
A new study suggests that more robust turbine design is needed to weather high winds.