The second-generation Antarctic Digital Magnetic Anomaly Project offers a powerful new tool for probing the structure and evolution of the southernmost continent’s lithosphere.
Researchers use a new approach to assessing the world’s largest aquifers in hopes of improving groundwater management during drought periods.
By using hyperspectral imaging, researchers test their ability to find copper in remote areas.
Group on Earth Observations Water Quality Summit; Geneva, Switzerland, 20–22 April 2015
Tiny CubeSat satellites made of one or more cube-like modules roughly the size of coffee mugs offer a compact and inexpensive way to conduct research and other activities in space.