Research over the past decade in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands has offered surprising insights into the pulses of great earthquakes that generate dangerous, often long-distance tsunamis.
New research outlines the risk of catastrophic eruptions and urges policymakers to support more widespread monitoring.
El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) predictability is examined in a new global coupled retrospective forecast ensemble for the 20th Century.
Damage to the Inca buildings of Cusco reveals a forgotten earthquake history that could help scientists understand modern seismic hazards.
Mounting evidence suggests the need for improved water planning strategies and revamped hydrological models.
Un proyecto comunitario en las tierras altas de Kigezi está ayudando a identificar puntos calientes de deslizamientos de tierra e inundaciones y cómo los peligros están evolucionando.
A new study focuses on the rapid growth of tropical cyclones and their destructive potential.
Global broadband seismographic networks have provided the science community with 30 years of data which is being used to understand the Earth.
Researchers tracked long-term sediment dynamics in Canada’s Quesnel Lake following the 2014 failure of a dam that spilled record-breaking amounts of contaminated mining waste.
Natural and human factors are leading to larger, more frequent, and longer-lasting algae blooms. Recent research is increasingly revealing the scope of the problem and informing potential responses.