How remote sensing of streams provides valuable data for the characterization, prediction, and warning of impending flash floods.
Despite avian distractions and dreadful weather, a research cruise to map the seafloor off Alaska revealed new insights into the Queen Charlotte Fault.
Researchers are now gathered for the Perdigão field campaign, an effort to study wind flow physics at scales down to tens of meters. The effort should help engineers harness wind energy in Europe.
For 2 weeks on the Greenland ice cap, scientists tested an instrument that might help us find life on icy moons with oceans beneath their crusts.
Oleander Workshop II: 25 Years of Operations; Narragansett, Rhode Island, 26–27 October 2016
How measurements from a glider deployed off the coast of Peru are contributing to a much-needed long time-series data set.
Using TLS and Structure from Motion (SfM) Photogrammetry in Undergraduate Field Education; Cardwell, Montana, 16–19 August 2016
A hovercraft-based ice drift station gives researchers access to previously inaccessible regions of the changing Arctic sea ice cover off the coast of Greenland.
Workshops on Volcanoes; Santiaguito, Guatemala, 4–12 January 2016
Ice caving started as a weekend hobby but has now blossomed into a portion of graduate student Kiya Riverman's Ph.D. research.