Much of routine monitoring can be done remotely these days, but networks aren’t completely immune to COVID-19’s society-halting symptoms.
A skeleton crew braves the first research cruise since the pandemic began.
As Europe’s premiere geoscience conference kicks off online, leading Earth and space societies restate their commitments in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Data visualization and mapping are valuable tools in the fight against COVID-19. Geoscientists can help healthcare workers and shape public policy.
Early-career researchers hang in the balance of coronavirus uncertainty.
Científicos descubren que condados altamente contaminados en los Estados Unidos tendrán una tasa de mortalidad por COVID19 4.5 veces más grande que aquellos condados similares.
The global response to the ongoing pandemic can teach us how we should, and shouldn’t, respond to the climate crisis. And most important, it shows that we can do something.
As scientists wait, worry, and hunker down, they’re also looking ahead to how their projects will need to adapt.
At the intersection of human health and the environment, the emerging field called geohealth can teach us how not to repeat mistakes made in past disasters.
Scientists find that highly polluted counties in the United States will have a COVID-19 death rate 4.5 times higher than those with low pollution if they’re otherwise similar.