Using satellite-tracked devices that can withstand multiple collisions with ice blocks, scientists can now track water as it melts and swirls through fjords.
Effective Communication in Legal and Public Policy Hearings
In a week-long workshop, scientists learn how to communicate effectively and navigate the legal system.
Safety and Liability Issues Related to Field Trips and Field Courses
How do you make sure students will be safe during field work? Understand risk, and expect the unexpected.
Networking as a Tool for Earth Science Women to Build Community and Succeed
Skills for Networking and Communication Workshop; Madison, Wisconsin, 4–6 June 2012
Using Documentaries for Earth Science Education
Documentaries can engage students in interesting and informative discussions.
New Education and Outreach Opportunities for Scientists
The National Earth Science Teachers Association connects scientists with educators, students, and the public.
A Quick Guide to Writing a Solid Peer Review
Providing a peer review can be exhaustive and time-consuming. These tips will help you through the process.