PFAS pose a public health risk, but there are major gaps in our knowledge of how these chemicals move through the ground.
New research could help inform future studies of how the release of carbon dioxide from the Southern Ocean might affect global climate change.
Scientists have long known that the two layers of Earth’s mantle have different chemical compositions. Now, modeling shows that different water concentrations may keep them from mixing.
Findings of a new study have implications for water quality, aquatic ecosystem health, and water treatment and management as the world warms.
A career in fluid mechanics is both intellectually stimulating and well suited to solving environmental problems.
As a young Latina, Pérez-Ángel brings a fresh perspective to paleoclimatology.
Grouping minerals by how they were formed yields insights into our planet’s evolution across billions of years.
After decades of uncertainty, scientists have finally shown that fossil fuel extraction has flooded the atmosphere with 4He.
Researchers compared trace element concentrations in patients with and without osteoporosis, finding possible differences in bone geochemistry between the groups.
Una técnica que mide la relación entre el dióxido de carbono producido y el oxígeno consumido podría mejorar las predicciones de la respuesta del suelo al cambio climático.