After almost 4 decades of research, the JOIDES Resolution will retire in 2024, leaving the ocean floor in peace (for now).
A new cross-journal special collection invites contributions that unlock the next frontier in hydrology and Earth sciences through artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals may only be possible if human activities are central to critical zone science.
A recent effort identified how a proposed near-surface geophysics center integrating research and teaching could address critical challenges and promote community engagement and cultural change.
Nonreporting of funding data and exclusion of communities from research harm Indigenous Peoples and contribute to their invisibility in science and society. We can and must do better.
White principal investigators won a disproportionate share of National Science Foundation funding between 1996 and 2016, according to an analysis of public data.
Committee members who put together the new report Earth in Time describe this as an “all hands on deck” moment for the field.
The National Science Foundation assesses the impact of the shutdown and prepares for another possible lapse in funding.
Agencies and employees weigh the impact of the shutdown.
Scientists say the shutdown is a message that the government considers science nonessential.