Examining the 2021 Pacific Northwest heatwave using both historical observations and model simulations.
La reciente erupción del volcán Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai arrojó aerosoles de sulfatos y una cantidad nunca antes vista de vapor de agua a la estratosfera.
A new study reports that streamflow drought is getting more intense in some parts of the United States, a phenomenon that is stressing the nation’s water policy and infrastructure.
Cabled ocean-floor observatories record ground shaking and pressure variations, which contribute to early warning systems and give us a unique view of the ocean–crust coupling.
By segmenting the vertical structure of a lava flow, the Lava2d model provides more realism to operational lava forecasts.
A new study finds that the minimum sea level pressure, as another measure of hurricane strength, is a better predictor of hurricane damage in the United States than the maximum sustained wind speed.
California officials faced a conundrum in dealing with mudslides after the Thomas Fire.
A new study shows how moist convection can lift sooty air from firestorms to the stratosphere, potentially leading to a nuclear winter.
Daños a los edificios incas en Cusco revelan una historia de terremotos olvidada que podría ayudar a científicos a entender riesgos sísmicos modernos.