Using sound and a 7.5-mile-long streamer towed behind the boat, scientists can collect a tremendous amount of data from under the seafloor.
Before embarking on a 6-week voyage to scan for Cascadia’s megathrust fault, the research team had to quarantine for two weeks in a hotel.
Researchers have set sail to find and map a fault that causes giant earthquakes in the Pacific Northwest.
Climate change may be loading the dice for a tough summer.
A rarely seen phenomenon may not bode well for the future survival of the ice.
Understanding how people will respond to climate dangers depends not only on top-down data, but also on bottom-up community engagement.
The legacies of many of our researchers are recorded not only in the history books, but also in the mountains, canyons, and islands that now bear their names.
Today we’re celebrating World Oceans Day with a deep dive into an international project to map the entire seafloor.
In honor of World Oceans Day on June 8.
In this episode, Kevin Krajick talks with volcanologist Einat Lev about her recent trip to study and film Iceland’s spectacularly erupting Fagradalsfjall Volcano.
The report identifies opportunities and challenges in implementing new technologies that could reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide levels worldwide.
Gases collected from ancient groundwater provide a compelling portrait of how much past temperatures have swung back and forth.
Fluids trapped within the stones are helping researchers reconstruct the deep history of the continent, and eventually maybe others.
Pilot project aims to build diversity, equity, and inclusion in the geosciences via a unique ship-based professional development model.
Researchers who are developing environmental curriculum tailored to students in China share their findings so far.