Which Earth and space science stories stood out this year?
Mientras las naciones se reunían en Sharm El-Sheikh, Egipto, los principales científicos del clima compartieron un nuevo informe para apoyar una política más eficaz.
As nations convene in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, leading climate scientists share a new report to support more effective policy.
Researchers modeled and mapped how eight key aspects of human societies affect hydrological cycles.
Each solar cycle might seem like the same old story, but one thing has changed significantly since the previous solar maximum–our technology.
The implications of nature not conforming to statistical assumptions can be devastating; researchers describe why extreme floods may be bigger than we assume.
Grouping minerals by how they were formed yields insights into our planet’s evolution across billions of years.
The annual list of America’s Most Endangered Rivers includes practical calls to action to turn the tide on threatened U.S. waterways.
The World Meteorological Organization verifies and documents record-setting temperatures, winds, lightning, and more, offering snapshots of Earth’s extremes and hints about its changing climate.