De petits sismomètres peu coûteux peuvent communiquer des données de haute qualité et en temps réel. Pendant le tremblement de terre d’août 2021, ils ont été mis à l’épreuve.
Breaking down the artificial barriers between science and art can lead to collaborations, broaden the understanding of problems facing communities, and grow engagement to explore solutions.
AGU has various avenues for promoting noteworthy research published in our journals and books, which increases visibility, downloads, and citations.
Everything looks ideal for collaboration: interest from community members, a new method for monitoring air quality by scientists, and interest from policymakers. What happens next?
Community effort to systematically count and categorize trash in the Pinole watershed led to the prioritization of locations and trash types that informed recommendations for local government policy.
Natural and engineered, nature-based structures offer promise for storm-related disaster risk reduction and flood mitigation, as long as researchers can adequately monitor and study them.
Students and community members monitor the health of mountain water reserves, which capture and release water, evening out wet and dry periods downstream.
A new study reports the first observation of a stable auroral red arc evolving into a strong thermal emission velocity enhancement during a geomagnetic storm.
A team of scientists, educators, and teenagers discovered the objects, some of which may have been delivered by a fireball that streaked across the sky in 2017.
Community science builds bridges while generating valuable environmental data.