An eclectic series of geoscience items this week takes us to Hawaii, into the stratosphere … and on to the Moon.
Two unexpected earthquakes feature this week, along with lessons we can learn from them – and we look at some of the impacts of climate change on marginal ecosystems.
This week we’re looking at the ongoing mystery of the end of the dinosaurs, plus volcanic hazard in California and the first big earthquake of 2019.
This week there are very different lessons to be learned from two devastating earthquakes – and we take a look at the life cycle of a remarkable volcano.
This week’s articles include the case for liquid water on Mars, loss of ice in the Canadian Arctic and evidence for past flank collapse on Stromboli.
This week we go back in time, travel into outer space and visit the highest place on Earth.
This week we remember the Longridge earthquake of 1994, and look at deadal (and longer) changes is ocean heating and Antarctic ice loss.
This week we look at earthquake activity in 2018 and how it compared with a ‘typical’ year.
This week features earthquakes, the eruption of Kilauea, and at trip to the boundaries of Earth system science.
This week we look at three large earthquakes, a new tool for assessing seismic hazard, and the development of an automated warning system for volcanic eruptions.