The nonprofit, donation-fueled program engages K–12 students by combining the fun of playing in snow with the science of the cryosphere.
With infrastructure, experience, and a slice of the world’s largest snow biomes, Alaska is an essential research destination for NASA’s multiyear SnowEx campaign.
What are the ethics of mining the Moon? Could humans cause environmental damage to Earth’s only satellite? And could a new Declaration of the Rights of the Moon be one way of mitigating those impacts?
Pipeline infrastructure disproportionately burdens America’s most vulnerable communities.
Researchers mapped the environmental footprint of data centers, shedding light on how and where the industry can improve.
A new model shows that bottom trawling, which stirs up marine sediments as weighted nets scrape the ocean floor, may be releasing more than a billion metric tons of carbon every year.
A new development blends riverside nature with commercial construction.
Data from a long-distance research cruise provide new insights into carbon cycling in the eastern Pacific and Southern Oceans.
Scandinavian societies of the first millennium adapted their farming practices to volcano-driven climate changes.
The hydraulic connection between a sinkhole and a natural spring—the longest and largest yet documented—could help reduce the guesswork in mapping karst aquifers.