A new study demonstrates that robust anelastic attenuation measurements can be made across ocean bottom seismic arrays at different locations using surface wave array analysis.
Tidal fluctuations in water well levels can reveal characteristics of the subsurface, and a new model based on coupled physics delineates the limitations of inherently simplistic analytical solutions.
Observations show that, due to ocean waves, the drag coefficients for surface wind stresses have spatial asymmetry within typhoons, which should be considered in weather and climate simulations.
A record-length turbidity current triggered by river flooding has revealed a new link between the surface and the deep sea.
A new method for using satellite observations from multiple sensors improves measurements of ocean waves as they propagate through and interact with sea ice.
The depth of the ocean’s surface mixed layer is typically defined based on density thresholds. However, a more physically appealing definition can be constructed from potential energy considerations.
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.