Other ESI Research Activities
New, interdisciplinary reasearch is now beginning to unravel the secrets of wetlands and other aquatic ecosystems.
Subtle shifts in ocean currents may have caused rapid changes in global climate.
Landslides, rainstorms and other local events can help shape the large-scale tectonic processes that build mountains.
New techniques emerge to supplement advanced models with abundant data.
Soil moisture plays key roles in weather and climate. A satellite that measures it also models a new kind of mission for MIT.
Groundwater is a vitally important — and endangered — resource. Investigators can predict and minimize contamination.