A five-year time series from radar satellite imagery tracks surface slip on major faults in the San Francisco Bay Area, capturing subtle velocity variations and controlling factors.
Accounting for these storms and flooding can help experts predict and respond to rising sea levels.
White-crowned sparrows in the San Francisco Bay Area sang differently during California’s COVID-19-induced shutdown, recordings have revealed.
New research highlights how interdependences among infrastructure systems like roads can complicate climate adaptation.
A Streetcar to Subduction for the digital age: AGU revises a classic guidebook using Google Earth.
As the geologist’s beloved guidebook gets a digital makeover, his personal contributions to the field shed light on who he was as a scientist.
Untreated sewage could affect 5 times more people than direct flooding, a new study shows.
Speakers called on scientists not to remain silent in the face of what they said are threats to the Earth sciences.