Combining traditional human-curated syntheses of scientific research with the search and visualization tools of artificial intelligence could guide researchers through avalanches of publications.
Sinkholes are a significant hazard, but where are they most likely to happen? A new study identifies hot spots in the contiguous United States.
Submap merges graphic design with geodynamics, providing a fast, free, and user-friendly resource to map subduction zones.
Researchers drove around a van outfitted with a sensitive mass spectrometer to measure airborne chemicals weeks after the disaster.
A new online platform offers comprehensive data and tools about U.S. hydropower assets, enabling data-driven decisionmaking at the energy–water nexus.
Frances Lightsom started her career as an oceanographer. Then she found delight in data.
The lack of consistency among different approaches for assessing how well digital data objects meet the FAIR principles makes it difficult to compare assessment results across tools and systems.
Scientific content curation provides users across diverse disciplines and levels of experience with a valuable means of accessing relevant and reliable information amid the growing data landscape.
Applying World Heritage status to highly valuable environmental records would spotlight the vital insights they provide into how Earth is changing and would ensure their longevity and accessibility.
A more accessible, open data-sharing infrastructure will engage a broader community of contributors, helping to develop satellite data products that benefit Earth science research and applications.