New research uses 5,000 years of geological data to understand how and when sea level rise will affect the livability of low-lying reef islands.
A study of the Yangtze River Delta shows how urbanization dries out the atmosphere.
Spaceborne images give scientists a detailed picture of the boreal forests’ tree heights, which help scientists estimate their contribution to carbon budgets.
Beijing’s growing population is rapidly draining its water supplies. A new study examines how land use change affects groundwater storage beneath the megacity.
International Soil Carbon Network Workshop; Stanford, California, 27 February to 3 March 2017
The International Workshop on Land Surface Multi-spheres Processes of Tibetan Plateau; Xining, Qinghai Province, China, 8–10 August 2016
If increasingly globalized societies are to make better land management decisions, the geosciences must globally evaluate how humans are reshaping Earth's surface
Researchers look at more than 3 decades of temperature trends in the deep ocean to understand the layers' energy budgets.
With their feet in the cloud, Descartes Labs is pushing the limit of how we study the Earth with satellite images.
The rich diversity of trees at arboreta may allow scientists to home in on the specific traits that allow trees to grow faster or slower in response to warming temperatures.