The Landslide Blog is written by Dave Petley, who is widely recognized as a world leader in the study and management of landslides. In recent days, the dedicated group of landslide scientists that tries to understand large events has been focused on the dreadful Glacial Lake Outburst Flood (GLOF) that caused such high levels of […]
Unprecedented images reveal how Saturn’s atmosphere is evolving as summertime winds down in its northern hemisphere.
The North Water polynya might not be as dependent on a sea ice bridge as previously thought, but not everyone is convinced.
A new model deploys a neural network to spot beavers’ engineering exploits in aerial and satellite imagery, an approach that should aid studies of ecosystem and landscape change.
A close approach to Deimos reveals that its surface does not look like that of an asteroid, hinting at a Martian origin.
Los cielos cubriendo las ciudades de los EE.UU. tienen más nubes que las áreas que las rodean.
The skies over U.S. cities are cloudier than their surrounding areas.
The Arctic is warming up, but instead of large rivers migrating faster, they’re actually slowing down because of shrubification.
Ponds play an outsized role in carbon emissions, but their size makes them hard to track. Enter machine learning.