New research reveals the relative importance of oceanic and atmospheric processes in year-to-year changes in ocean temperature along the Middle Atlantic Bight.
This bill is a welcome and proactive effort to align all federal agencies to act in the nation's best interest when it comes to forecasting and responding to extreme space weather events.
A suggestion from a 9-year-old science fair participant could lead to a White House committee of kids providing advice about the science that most interests them.
Preparing for High Consequence, Low Probability Events: Heat, Water & Energy in the Southwest; Tucson, Arizona, 28–29 September 2015
Data suggest that the United States may be responsible for half of global methane increase in the past decade.
Scientists look at deep earthquake signals to map how seismic waves lose energy in the upper mantle across the United States.
Letter writers will be able to adorn their envelopes this year with full-disk images of the planets, Pluto, and the full Moon, as well as Star Trek icons.
By working more closely together, these major space players could better monitor weather and natural hazards, improve communications and satellite security, and extend international cooperation.
Newly published measurements made downwind of West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio coal-burning plants reveal steep, unexpected drops in atmospheric mercury concentrations since 2006.
An integrated, holistic approach to detecting and characterizing cyanobacteria blooms could reduce human health risks and better direct field resources.