A new report supports the idea that underground mines can be transformed into energy storage facilities, adding the possibility of on-demand, carbon-free power to energy grids.
A new cross-journal special collection invites contributions on modern approaches used to investigate dynamics of volcanic processes.
How aerosol scientists spread the word on the airborne transmission of COVID-19–and what it means for cleaning our indoor air.
The prediction of flow and transport in fractured rock is one of the great challenges in the Earth and energy sciences with far-reaching economic and environmental impacts.
Small, inexpensive seismometers are capable of sharing high-quality data in real time—and were put to the test during an August 2021 earthquake.
A new database compiles all the available pieces of information about Colombia’s geochronology, offering scientists a consistent framework in which to view and study the data in a broader context.
A medida que las inundaciones aumentan en frecuencia e intensidad, los productos químicos enterrados en los sedimentos de los ríos se convierten en “bombas de tiempo” que esperan activarse.
How did our planet avoid being frozen solid during the early days of our solar system?
Early Earth conditions and the chemistry that led to life were inextricably interwoven. Earth scientists and prebiotic chemists are working together in new ways to understand how life first emerged.
A new multidisciplinary, international research program aims to tackle one of the grand challenges in climate science: resolving the Antarctic Ice Sheet’s contribution to future sea level rise.