Researchers have developed a model to inform the regulation of sulfate levels in freshwater environments that are threatening the iconic plant.
The software could help strengthen ice sheet models to provide a better basis for policy decisions.
A simulation of oil and gas leakage during the Deepwater Horizon disaster finds that the main chemical dispersant used improved air quality for emergency responders.
New modeling approach reexamines two key assumptions about flooding.
Small, slow-sinking organic particles may play a bigger role than previously thought in the transport of carbon below the surface ocean.
A new study seeks to bring together the strongest features of proxy data and climate models to reduce uncertainties in reconstructions of past El Niño behavior.
New computer models capture the movement of the strongest auroral storms as they sweep across Earth at night, challenging scientists’ views of what drives them.
Researchers develop a mathematical method of modeling tabular icebergs, like the one that broke away from an Antarctic ice shelf earlier this year.
An ocean modeling program is improving our ability to predict circulation along the U.S. West Coast, dead zones and other coastal ecosystem responses, and storm surges in island environments.
A river’s twists and turns are shaped by its past flood events.