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.
A new online platform offers comprehensive data and tools about U.S. hydropower assets, enabling data-driven decisionmaking at the energy–water nexus.
Estudiantes de posgrado en ciencias de la Tierra y estudiantes de ilustración científica de licenciatura se unieron para crear visualizaciones accesibles y atractivas de la investigación que trascienden las limitaciones del uso exclusivo del lenguaje.
Scientists are coming up with ingenious ways to compare terrestrial sand dunes, dust storms, and rain with their counterparts on Mars and Titan.
Combining visual and sonic representations of data can make science more accessible and help reveal subtle details. The recent decade-long eruption of Hawaii’s Kīlauea Volcano offers a prime example.
Scientists have developed a consensus guide of standard protocols for how best to measure oceanic primary productivity, a key component in Earth’s carbon cycle.
Earth science graduate students and scientific illustration undergraduates teamed up to create accessible, engaging visualizations of research that transcend limitations of using language alone.
A recent effort identified how a proposed near-surface geophysics center integrating research and teaching could address critical challenges and promote community engagement and cultural change.
Researchers set sail to the Great Barrier Reef to study how ring-shaped algae deposits formed and evolved, what feeds them, and the diversity of creatures that call them home.
Scientists organized a trio of expeditions to document the buildup of stress leading to a large earthquake on a seafloor fault, developing innovations for successful seagoing research in the process.