The Earth Mapping Resources Initiative is filling data gaps and fostering more holistic understanding of critical mineral resources in the United States using a novel mineral systems framework.
Using geochemical techniques, scientists identify daily cycles in fossilized giant clams, which permits climate reconstructions at the weather timescale.
Las lunas oceánicas del sistema solar exterior nos dan pistas sobre volcanes de hielo, fuentes hidrotermales, y la tentadora posibilidad de habitabilidad.
Dust from Alaska is particularly effective at forming ice crystals because it contains biological components, researchers believe. The finding has implications for cloud physics and our planet’s climate.
Ocean moons of the outer solar system hint at ice volcanoes, hydrothermal vents, and the tantalizing chance of habitability.
Researchers explored a method for locating true north using the polarization patterns of daylight.
A series of serendipitous encounters shaped Kyba’s path from particle physicist to dark sky defender.
A new special collection invites review papers to mark the 20th anniversary of the Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences with a focus on what we have learned and what is still unknown.
Controlled arrest and re-nucleation of laboratory earthquakes reveals nucleation processes unapproachable by traditional linear elastic fracture mechanics.
A climate curve ball: Short-term gains in home runs might soon give way to long-term problems when it gets too hot to play.