A first-of-its-kind model describes how pools at the base of waterfalls adjust their depth to keep up with sediment flow.
The Curiosity rover, one of NASA's flagship missions, analyzes Martian geology, geochemistry, climatology, and radiation to assess whether Mars could have supported microbial life.
Researchers working in caves in Borneo and elsewhere are finding evidence that biological processes shape many tropical caves by slowly eating away at surrounding rock.
Dunes, ridges, or something else? Scientists seek to understand the origins of transverse aeolian ridges.
The effect of particle size on bedrock erosion rates adds complexity to modeling bedrock channel evolution.
The Fourth International Planetary Dunes Workshop: Integrating Models, Remote Sensing, and Field Data; Boise, Idaho, 19–22 May 2015
River erosion increased rapidly following rock uplift events in the plateau approximately 11 million years ago.
New study rethinks dynamics of runoff-driven erosion in response to rainstorms.
Researchers investigate the impact of vegetation on erosion.
Data from the Curiosity rover suggest that the surface of Mars has experienced more strongly oxidizing conditions than previously thought.