Scientists have long known that the Pacific Northwest is vulnerable to massive earthquakes, but newly unearthed data raises questions about the strength and frequency of these quakes.Read More »Climate Change
An African science symposium at the U.S. National Academy of Sciences in August focused on environmental protection, climate change, development, health, technology, and other issues.Read More »Geology & Geophysics
The blog, which takes its title from the glass prow at the top of the Union’s headquarters, will be an opportunity for AGU leaders to engage in a two-way conversation with members.Read More »Geology & Geophysics
In the post-expert digital age, all perspectives can get airtime. To deal with the challenges of communicating with the public in this environment, the scientific community needs new strategies. Read More »Geology & Geophysics
Geologist Julia Rosen typically uses strata of ice and dirt to tell stories of the Earth’s past. This summer, she’ll trade those for pen and paper when she works at a newspaper’s science desk.Read More »
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