As weather and climate models grow larger and more data intensive, the amount of energy needed to run them continues to increase. Are researchers doing enough to minimize the carbon footprint of their computing?
A look back at the life of Greg Leptoukh, pioneer of informatics, and a look ahead to the field’s future through the annual lecture at AGU’s Fall Meeting 2018 dedicated to Leptoukh.
Allowing data to be reused and research results to be replicated fosters innovation, high-quality research, and public trust in science.
A Department of Energy collaboration aims to make climate model development faster and more efficient by creating a prototype of a system for testing model components.
The smartphone and tablet revolution has changed how geologists work in the field, but now the community must come up with standards to tame the flood of data.