A new study shows how muons can be used to study tide and wave phenomena, helping secure coastal communities.
Modeling suggests that rising sea levels will render Southern California ports increasingly vulnerable to waves from distant-source tsunamis.
Tidal heating may have raised the surface temperature of early Earth and triggered global volcanism, a new study says.
Researchers analyzed 36 years of data to understand how atmospheric rivers and other factors drive chronic coastal flooding.
If climate change throws off the seasonal freeze-thaw cycle of Arctic sea ice, it could trigger a reinforcing cycle of sea ice melt in parts of the Canadian Arctic.
Climate change increases massive storm surges, which may be more than Venice’s flood-control system can handle.
Increased tropospheric heating and reduced dissipation combine to explain an anomalously large thermal tide.
A new study uses the response of optical and acoustic measurements to derive a sediment composition index for prediction of the relative fractions of mixed sediments in suspension.
Investigadores utilizaron un tanque de olas para estudiar el movimiento de partículas de plástico de forma experimental y comprender el papel de la densidad de partículas en el comportamiento de deriva.
The Moon’s gravitational pull creates the tides, but its influence extends hundreds of meters below the sea surface too, influencing sensitive methane seeps in the seabed.