An international gathering of scientists discussed the state of the art in assessments of how aerosol particles in the atmosphere affect Earth’s climate.
Experts agree that as urbanization continues through the 21st century, cities need to focus on sustainable development to meet climate goals.
The field of space weather forecasting could take cues from its Earthly counterpart to increase the reliability of models as well as warning times ahead of inbound solar storms.
La importancia del agua subterránea dulce para los ecosistemas costeros es revelada utilizando el primer modelo numérico a escala global.
Artificial intelligence can be used to analyze massive amounts of data from climate simulations, but more training data are needed.
Most climate variability is organized by a simple principle—scaling laws—allowing us to understand past and future climate change.
Lab experiments of fluidized granular flows entering the water shed light on the dynamics of tsunami generation by fast-moving, pyroclastic density currents at volcanic islands or coastal volcanoes.
A new model explains why the ocean’s capacity to take up carbon was reduced on a decadal scale, by accounting for reduced pCO2 emissions and ocean state changes due to the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo.
New research reveals a deep-sea mining experiment that took place 26 years ago still has significant and persistent impacts on benthic life.
Laboratory experiments and grain-scale computer simulations during the past decade have led to a more universal understanding of flow-driven sediment transport across flows in oil, water, and air.