Microscale modeling can be used to understand and predict urban weather with sufficient detail to inform and support flight safety for crewed and uncrewed aerial vehicles.
How do you measure the geothermal heat flux in a continent covered by an ice-sheet? A new study uses correlations of diverse global observables and produces a heat flow map of the entire Antarctica.
WeatherBench is a data set compiled to serve as a standard for evaluating new approaches to artificial intelligence–driven weather forecasting.
A new simulation of space-weather driven geoelectric fields at the land/sea conductivity boundary shows how these fields are magnified by both coastal effects and inhomogeneous land conductivity.
Artificial intelligence can be used to analyze massive amounts of data from climate simulations, but more training data are needed.
Granular flows are important in geophysics to the pyroclastic flow, debris flow, and avalanches. Understanding their complex and rich physics is therefore important in simulating their dynamics.
Louise Kellogg, an influential solid Earth geodynamicist and leader of the geoscience community, passed away in April.
A new study explores the origins of massive, multiringed lunar craters.
Model simulations of many climate phenomena remain highly uncertain despite scientific advances and huge amounts of data. Scientists must do more to tackle model uncertainty head-on.
A newly developed open-access software package called MMA-EoS can calculate whole mantle mineralogy in multicomponent systems by Gibbs energy minimization.