Their knowledge led to more accurate seafloor maps and a hidden trove of biodiversity in the Labrador Sea.
New research suggests the source of morphologic variation on mid-ocean ridges might be deeper than scientists thought.
Researchers have figured out how rumbling thunder turns to seismic waves and how this shaking could be used to reveal subsurface geology.
Researchers used new techniques to more precisely estimate ground elevations on Mars, producing a refined resolution map for rover landings.
The most remote world ever seen up close is a mash-up of smaller pieces.
The Earth Mapping Resources Initiative is filling data gaps and fostering more holistic understanding of critical mineral resources in the United States using a novel mineral systems framework.
The lack of bird records in formerly redlined areas creates an inaccurate picture of urban biodiversity, leading to gaps in conservation efforts.
Data from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter have been instrumental in pinpointing where other Moon-bound spacecraft have crashed.
From 1992 to 2019, 600,000 square kilometers of natural floodplains were lost globally due to land conversion.
Sinkholes are a significant hazard, but where are they most likely to happen? A new study identifies hot spots in the contiguous United States.