Minerals formed in short-lived hydrothermal systems set off by a meteor impact in France preserved information about noble gases in the ancient atmosphere.
Everything looks ideal for collaboration: interest from community members, a new method for monitoring air quality by scientists, and interest from policymakers. What happens next?
Spelunking scientists searched for the original source of the French Pyrenees’ magnificent caves.
Detailed measurements of the geometry and flow of Laurichard rock glacier over 67 years reveal the distinctive behavior of these landforms through periods of warming and cooling.
A 664-year record of grape harvest dates from Burgundy, France, reveals significantly warmer temperatures since 1988.
A new study reveals discrepancies between global databases and field measurements.
2nd SWOT Application User Workshop: Engaging the User Community for Advancing Societal Applications of the Surface Water Ocean Topography (SWOT) Mission, Reston, Virginia, 5–6 April 2017
Sediment cores show how phosphorus pollution in the 1950s led to current, inherited hypoxia in lakes in the Alps.
Scientists demonstrate the potential of fiber optics to measure fluid flow in boreholes as an alternative to traditional measurement techniques.