Nature Geoscience

Enceladus’s plume strength may be due to the movement of tiger-stripe faults

Enceladus spills its guts through strike–slip motion.

How did the moon turn itself inside out?

More of a choose-your-own adventure novel.

Study cracked a vital process in Moon rock formation

Solving major puzzle in lunar geology.

Scientists found a distinct, thin layer above Earth’s core

Earth's surface water dives deep, transforming core's outer layer.

How capturing carbon in savannas can reduce global warming?

Grasses play an important role in capturing carbon in tropical savannas.

Blowing snow’s impact on Arctic climate change

Arctic warming caused by sea salt aerosols from blowing snow.

Himalayas had a leg up before reaching the skies

A new technique for measuring past topography.

Arctic glaciers reveal the source of methane

Groundwater springs in arctic provide significant methane source.

Anthropogenic Effects on climate change

The climate impacts of anthropogenic aerosols and greenhouse gases using several climate models.

Exploring the history of ocean chemistry through deep-sea corals

Ocean currents are not responsible for the increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide.

Earth had a 19-hour rotation in the past, the study

19-hour days for a billion years of Earth's history.

Researchers are exploring how mountains are built

Why mountains form are deeper than previously thought?

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