The continent-wide survey provides an assessment of the resilience of groundwater resources.
Roughly half of Sun-like stars have a stellar sibling, and a surprising fraction of those siblings are identical twins.
Mapping boulder fields and boulder tracks highlights the seismic hazard still present on the Moon.
As the number of satellites in low Earth orbit grows by leaps and bounds, accurate calculations of the effects of atmospheric drag on their trajectories are becoming critically important.
Researchers in Kentucky have merged results from home test kits with the state’s geologic map to produce a map of indoor radon potential based on the geology underlying homes in the state.
Researchers mined maps of natural hazards and land use to show that nearly 60% of structures are built in regions at high risk of earthquakes, wildfires, floods, hurricanes, and/or tornadoes.
A new map of the thickness of Earth’s lithosphere contains clues to large deposits of key metals.
Researchers are identifying space debris by measuring its flickering patterns of reflected light.
A new spaceborne sensor monitors Earth’s surface temperature at a resolution higher than ever before, providing information on ecosystem responses to changes in water availability and climate stressors.
A novel processing scheme was used to extract refracted body waves from ambient seismic noise and investigate the small-scale structure around a fault at Long Beach, California.