RECENTLY PUBLISHED Water Wisdom: The Indigenous Scientists Walking In Two Worlds The Benefits of Better Ocean Weather Forecasting App Tracks Harmful Mosquitos with Help from Crowdsourced Science Reframing Funding Strategies to Build Reciprocity Cool Tools The Career Issue Science Communication CAREER PROFILES Ashlee Wilkins: A Space Scientist Goes to Washington Rebecca Charbonneau: The Future of Scientific History Ashley Lindalía Walker: Leading a Celebration of Black Scientists Navakanesh M Batmanathan: Customizing Hazard Outreach “In a postpandemic world, devices like this could still be used for teaching.”Tyrone Rooney, “A New Tool May Make Geological Microscopy Data More Accessible” EDUCATION & CAREERS ARCHIVE Remote Work May Be Keeping Some Cities’ Air Cleaner Widespread remote work may have kept air pollution lower than pre-COVID-19 lockdown levels even though restrictions were lifted in 2020, a new study finds. by Rebecca Dzombak Training the Next Generation of Physical Data Scientists Preparing a diverse new generation of scientists who can use artificial intelligence and data science to better understand and predict geoscience phenomena requires revamped training. by Amy McGovern and John Allen Australia’s Unfolding Geoscience Malady Brutal university cuts are putting at risk an industry crucial to addressing climate change Down Under and around the world. Saving geoscience will require a community reckoning. by S. Boone, M. Quigley, P. Betts, M. Miller and T. Rawling Recognizing Geology’s Colonial History for Better Policy Today The Minnesota Geological Survey has contributed to the dispossession of homelands from Indigenous Peoples. The agency is creating more just policies. by M. Nyblade and J. McDonald Forecast: 8 Million Energy Jobs Created by Meeting Paris Agreement Quickly switching to renewables will create 5 million more jobs by 2050 than sticking to fossil fuels will, according to projections. by Jenessa Duncombe Los geomojis traducen la geociencia a cualquier idioma Pictogramas recién creados tienen como objetivo comunicar fácilmente los términos de geociencia y geopeligro. by Megan Sever Meet Jane, the Zircon Grain—Geochronology’s New Mascot In a children’s book written by geochronologist Matthew Fox, he condenses 400 million years of history into 34 playfully poetic pages as he follows the travels of a single grain of sand. by Alka Tripathy-Lang New View of Expanding Perspectives in the Geosciences Earth and environmental sciences have some of the least diverse racial and ethnic representation in academia. To face profound future challenges, the fields need to address the inequities of the past and how they inform the present. by Humberto Basilio Robin George Andrews: “The New York Times Volcano Guy” Making the leap from science to journalism. by Jenessa Duncombe Darcy L. Peter: Harnessing Alaska’s Native Knowledge A climate scientist finds her dream job not far from home. by Jenessa Duncombe Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.