A new study uncovers a previously undocumented relationship between erosion and wind speed.
Sarah Fecht, Author at State of the Planet
Evidence suggests that this major ocean current, which influences the weather in parts of Europe and the U.S., is already changing.
Tropical fossils found in a Greenland ice core hint at volcanic eruptions that threw the world into darkness from 536 to 537 A.D.
The project earned grad student Anna Barth a grand prize in the American Geophysical Union’s competition on Data Visualization and Storytelling.
The “walking rock” track suggests that a massive volcanic winter may have frozen the tropics during the dawn of the dinosaur age.
Working closely with Vieques residents, graduate students designed solutions to help the tiny island recover after Hurricane Maria and weather future storms. Their proposals are published in a new report.
These tips will help to reduce your environmental footprint — and save time, stress, and money — during the holidays.
By taking regular climate simulations and making them weird, she explores Earth’s past and future, and imagines what other life-supporting worlds could look like.
Workshop shows how climate adaptation could be linked with economic revitalization in the nation’s so-called “Rust Belt.”