The Czech Republic’s Hranice Abyss is more than twice as deep as researchers thought.
Canada’s Rocky Mountain Forests Are on the Move
Using century-old surveying photos, scientists have mapped 100 years of change in the Canadian Rockies to document the climate-altered landscape.
Imaging Seismic Sources
Waveform‐based location methods are being used to better characterize and understand seismic sources from the laboratory to the global scale.
Europe’s Mightiest Glaciers Are Melting
Here’s what a century of ice melt looks like on the Alps’ highest peak.
Small Seismic Signals Tell a Story of Iceberg Calving
Seismic signals detected hundreds of kilometers away from Greenland glaciers reveal the calving style and iceberg size.
New Proof That Accretion Disks Align with Their Black Holes
In the most detailed and highest-resolution black hole simulation to date, an international team of researchers showed the Bardeen-Petterson effect for the first time.
New Eyes on Wildfires
Onboard machine learning and compact thermal imaging could turn satellites into real-time fire management tools to help officials on the ground.
High Resolution Imaging of Ionosphere by Lightning
The three-dimensional distribution of electron density in the Earth’s ionosphere could be obtained using the broadband radiation of naturally occurring lightning discharges.
Space Weather in the Machine Learning Era
Space Weather: A Multi-disciplinary Approach; Leiden, Netherlands, 25–29 September 2017
The Big Picture in Geospace
A NASA stereo-imaging mission called TWINS continues to push the boundaries of what we know about the region of space close to Earth.