Archivo: Eos

Tener en cuenta el efecto burbuja podría mejorar las estimaciones sobre el deshielo de los glaciares submarinos y prever mejor su contracción a medida que se calientan los océanos.

Unless we rapidly reach net zero emissions, the climate will inch closer to a point of no return—even after greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.

Artificial intelligence algorithms fail to account for a key limitation in weather prediction.

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Las evidencias de los mundos oceánicos podrían cambiar la forma en la que buscamos mundos habitables y ayudar a obtener información sobre cómo podría surgir la vida en toda la galaxia.

Hexagonal structures in sediments are evidence of repeated wet and dry conditions on the Red Planet.

The array of processes and organisms that make up the biological carbon pump has immense influence on Earth’s carbon cycle and climate. But there’s still much to learn about how the pump works.


The Tibetan Plateau is a major force in the global climate system and a hot spot for climate change. A new review summarizes the state of knowledge and identifies research needs related to the region.

A new genealogy based on similarities in the computer codes of different climate models could improve studies that combine projections from multiple models.

New 3D modeling illustrates the mechanism behind the intriguing volcanic eruptions that bring diamonds to the surface.

A new 620,000-year climate record from East Africa reveals dramatic swings between wet and dry conditions that may have influenced human evolution.

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