The first comprehensive analysis of what the sarsen stones are made of came about with new technology—and good old-fashioned luck.
A study finds that population growth during urbanization and World War II–era plowing fed additional carbon into the Thames River Basin.
A study questions whether the hydraulics of rivers that lack loose sediments along their bottoms can be accurately depicted by standard equations for flow over sediment.
A new analysis of climate records in England and Europe’s Low Countries suggests that the disease-causing bacterium persisted in rodents between recurrences in people.
Scientists used a noninvasive method to study the substructure of delicate groundwater-dependent ecosystems.