An innovative program focused on collaboration and capacity building is looking to improve outcomes for smallholder farmers, reduce hunger, and alleviate food insecurity in sub-Saharan Africa.
Disseminating Scientific Results in the Age of Rapid Communication
Modernizing the peer review process and clarifying how to use and understand open data are two essential ways to make sure our science is accurate and accurately presented.
Geoscience Societies Commit to Tackling Global Challenges
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.
Building a Culture of Safety and Trust in Team Science
An Arctic research team of 150 members that implemented a culture of safety, inclusion, and trust as the foundation for cross-disciplinary science shares lessons from its experiences.
Climate Data You Can Trust
Creating, curating, and developing the repository of climate data that underlies the U.S. National Climate Assessments requires the ongoing efforts of hundreds of experts.
Nuclear Bomb or Earthquake? Explosions Reveal the Differences
A series of controlled chemical detonations in the Nevada desert is helping researchers discern between ground shaking caused by nuclear explosions and earthquakes.
Earth Science Is Ready for Preprints
The EarthArXiv preprint archive, in operation for almost a year and a half, makes the latest Earth science research available to a wider community.
Compiling a Census for SEAFLEAs
Collaboration to Compile Open-Source Sites of Seafloor Fluid Expulsion Anomalies, AGU Fall Meeting 2018; Washington, D.C., 14 December 2018
Taking Magnetotelluric Data out of the Drawer
Magnetic and electric field measurements at Earth’s surface provide information on Earth’s interior and on space weather. An open-source central repository of these data has received a major update.
Advancing FAIR Data in Earth, Space, and Environmental Science
The Enabling FAIR Data project has brought together a broad spectrum of Earth, space, and environmental science leaders to ensure that data are findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable.