Tag Archives:: geociencias

Rogue waves — enigmatic giants of the sea — were thought to be caused by two different mechanisms. But a new idea that borrows from the hinterlands of probability theory has the potential to predict them all. […]

The smoldering crater left by the apocalyptic space rock became a nice home for blue-green algae within years of the impact. […]

Supermassive black holes have a reputation for consuming everything in their path, from gas clouds to entire solar systems. So is there any way aliens could live on a world that actually orbited one of these cosmic beasts? Surprisingly, the […]

El campo gravitatorio de la Tierra no es una esfera uniforme y su intensidad va cambiando en función de los cambios estacionales y meteorológicos […]

Climate models published between 1970 and 2007 provided accurate forecasts of subsequently observed global surface warming. This finding shows the value of using global observations to vet climate models as the planet warms. […]

For the first time, scientists have a clear view of the line where the giant Thwaites Glacier is leaking water into the ocean. […]

Ingenieros de Caltech desarrollan una prótesis que acoplada a las medusas consigue que naden más deprisa. Es el primer paso para equiparlas con sensores y obtener todo tipo de datos oceánicos. […]

De aquí a entre diez y treinta años, el chocolate podría convertirse en un alimento que escasee. Los árboles del cacao del oeste de África, debilitados por el cambio climático, son cada vez más propensos a sufrir epidemias. A los […]