Scientists use satellite and robotic field data to study the environmental conditions driving phytoplankton blooms in the northwestern Mediterranean Sea.
Three years after the devastating earthquake, transponders record afterslip deformation on the seabed above the Tohoku-Oki rupture zone.
Pacific Ocean conditions brought El Niño winter forecasts in early 2014, but the chances faded by late summer. New research places blame on shifting winds.
Processes in the polar atmosphere can cause nitric oxide (NO)-enriched air to descend and destroy stratospheric ozone. Scientists explore one cause of these NO fluxes, stratospheric sudden warming.
The strength of land-atmosphere coupling in a given model influences how it represents deforestation’s effects.
Satellite observations explain why magnetosonic waves can be found in regions far from where they originate.
Mud layers in a stalagmite from a cave on the Yucatán Peninsula show hurricane activity was steady or elevated throughout the Maya collapse.
The rate of ocean acidification in coral reefs outpaces the rise in carbon dioxide in Earth’s atmosphere.
Scientists projected that the upper atmosphere would continue to cool and contract with rising greenhouse gas emissions. Now, these projections have been confirmed for the first time.
Scientists demonstrated that rainfall can be monitored using the network of cellular towers throughout West Africa.