Earth changes

How is the Earth changing today? We already see effects scientists predicted, such as the loss of sea ice, melting glaciers and ice sheets, sea level rise, and more intense heat waves. Scientists predict global temperature increases from human-made greenhouse gases will continue.

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Linking leaf elemental traits to biomass across forest biomes in the Himalayas

Experimental design. Credit: Science China Press The growth, development, and functioning of plants in various environments depend on multiple elements.…

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Study reveals rockburst processes, characteristics and triggering mechanisms

by KeAi Communications Co., Ltd. The biaxial Hopkinson pressure bar system. Credit: Wuxing Wu, Fengqiang Gong, Zong-Xian Zhang Field observations…

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Using satellite laser ranging observations to GNSS satellites

Geocenter motion from the 7-day solution, CODE series, and ILRS series, the lines represent the result smoothed with Vondrak filter.…

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Warmer wetter climate predicted to bring societal and ecological impact to the Tibetan Plateau

Yamdrok Lake, Tibet. Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain While recent reports have stated…

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Research team releases new AI model for weather and climate applications

With the Privthi-weather-climate foundational model, researchers will be able to support many…

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Artificial geysers can compensate for our mineral shortages

Take a close look at these seabed minerals! Green copper minerals are…

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A review of the applications of mercury stable isotopes for tracing volcanism in geologic events

The continental volcanism, oceanic volcanism and mid-ocean ridge volcanism emit Hg to…

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Research reveals that prehistoric seafloor pockmarks off the California coast are maintained by powerful sediment flows

New research on a field of pockmarks—large, circular depressions on the seafloor—offshore…

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Record low Antarctic sea ice ‘extremely unlikely’ without climate change, says scientists

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 Public Domain Scientists at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have…

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Researchers identify nutrient enrichment driven by canopy rainfall redistribution

(a) and (c) show the distribution of sample locations across rainfall and…

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The secret to mimicking natural faults? Plexiglass and Teflon

Scientists have discovered that coating some sections of plexiglass, or acrylic, laboratory…

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Clues from deep magma reservoirs could improve volcanic eruption forecasts

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 Public Domain New research into molten rock 20km below the…

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