Researchers collaborated to produce and evaluate a new version of the Community Earth System Model, and they are documenting their work in the AGU CESM2 virtual special issue.
Microplastic particles, present everywhere on the planet, may complicate assessments of black carbon’s role in the melting of snow and of its contributions to Earth’s radiative balance.
Ongoing climate change in Earth’s middle and upper atmosphere will affect the rapidly expanding space and telecommunications sectors. Maintaining observations of this region is more crucial than ever.
People in rural communities are often hit disproportionately hard by natural hazards, largely because of in-equitable and inflexible risk reduction policies. But there are ways to change that.
A medida que las comunidades de geociencias y de creación de políticas comienzan a reconocer la importancia de incluir el conocimiento indígena en su trabajo, debemos darle el valor adecuado con tiempo y financiación equitativos.
A group at the University of Oxford designed a new way to identify and present solutions to faculty that address inequities in the school’s Department of Earth Sciences.
When most agriculture in the world is rural, getting crucial geoscience information to farmers is a technical challenge that a few organizations are just starting to figure out.
Remote learning can be a catalyst for instructors and institutions to invest in teaching practices that reinforce growth mindsets and that help students share responsibility for learning outcomes.
As the number of satellites in low Earth orbit grows by leaps and bounds, accurate calculations of the effects of atmospheric drag on their trajectories are becoming critically important.
Here are 10 practical steps that scientists can take to counteract the detrimental effects of abusive academic work environments.