The Kansas Geological Survey’s annual Field Conference takes scientists, producers, legislators, and public officials around the state to spark conversation about natural resources.
Innovative new research by a team of international scholars borrows modeling methods from ecology and applies them to groundwater sustainability.
A new study shows that models that reproduce moisture on land are better at accurately recreating cumulus cloud behavior.
High-volume fluid injection can cumulatively increase underground pore pressure and induce earthquakes in regions unexpectedly far from injection wells, recent Kansas studies show.
How earthquakes interrupted a Royals game and thrust me into a whirlpool of politics, media, and law.