Analyzing how people collaborate in AGU’s meetings and publications according to gender, age, and ethnicity provides clear evidence for diversifying networks and collaborating with new people.
Two organizations found ways to be more intentional about encouraging participation by a diverse spectrum of attendees at scientific meetings—the scientific community can learn from their experiences.
Thunderstorms present a variety of hazards, including emissions of ionizing radiation. An international group of scientists met at an Armenian observatory to share their findings.
Climate scientists collaborated in a nationwide event to analyze and compare archived Earth system model simulations and to generate input for the IPCC’s upcoming climate change report.
Soil moisture information could improve assessments of wildfire probabilities and fuel conditions, resulting in better fire danger ratings.
Scientists and managers on the ground gathered to identify information gaps that pose barriers to evaluating climate change risks and responses.
Michael Bloomberg and Jerry Brown joined AGU’s Chris McEntee at Fall Meeting 2019 in San Francisco to discuss their new report on climate strategies.
Coordinating the Implementation of Mangrove and Seagrass Essential Observations: A joint GOOS/MBON community outreach workshop to implement EOV/EBVs (Sea Plants Workshop), Consortium for Ocean Leadership; Washington, D.C., 10–11 June 2019
Hands-on training, collaboration with scientists, and practice using real-world challenges give planners and decision-makers confidence to work with climate model information.
Applying the fast-paced technique, pioneered by Google to spur rapid innovation, to space science yielded unexpected benefits and may be a model for collaborations across many scientific disciplines.