Natural hazards are intersecting with the coronavirus pandemic in India, and researchers will need to model both to inform the public health response.
Will COVID’s Cleaner Skies Muddy Climate Models?
Reduced greenhouse gas emissions for a year or two won’t slow down climate change, but they may throw off scientists’ ability to model short-term phenomena.
Six Ways Satellites Tracked COVID-19
A new database reveals dimmer cities, empty farming fields, and vacant ports.
How COVID-19 Is Affecting Undergraduate Research Experiences
Limitations on summer research internships imposed by the pandemic are impeding students’ engagement in geoscience education and preparation for careers. The community is acting quickly to adapt.
Fieldwork in the Experimental Lakes Area Adapts to COVID-19
Though anticipating long days and hard work as a few key crew members do the job of many, researchers heading to the lakes this summer are excited to leave the house.
How Is the Pandemic Affecting AGU Journal Article Submissions?
AGU journal submissions have not seen a significant decrease in the proportion of female corresponding authors.
The Role of Earth and Space Scientists During Pandemics
Insights from Earth and space sciences are valuable for addressing the current global health emergency, and such societal challenges are best addressed by integrated and interdisciplinary research.
No Mask? You May Not Worry About Climate Change, Either
People untroubled by climate change are more likely to forgo masks in public.
How Routine Monitors Weather the Pandemic Storm
Much of routine monitoring can be done remotely these days, but networks aren’t completely immune to COVID-19’s society-halting symptoms.
What It’s Like to Social Distance at Sea
A skeleton crew braves the first research cruise since the pandemic began.