La idea de mandar gente a Marte ha capturado la imaginación del público, pero ¿hemos realmente considerado cómo nuestra presencia alteraría al planeta?
Several obstacles stand in the way of integrating social, health, and Earth science data for vital geohealth studies, but there are tools and opportunities to overcome these obstacles.
With cues from the successful land grant model, the United States should establish a system of universities to democratize access to climate knowledge and aid efforts to tackle the climate crisis.
Global food systems depend on fertilizers with phosphate. We need to act now before this nonrenewable resource runs out.
A contemporary approach to today’s science careers looks less like a structured pipeline and more like a collection of paths that change and adapt to the needs of the individual.
The USA National Phenology Network is small but mighty, helping scientists and resource managers assess natural hazards and seasonal phenomena that affect society in numerous ways.
Current regulations and reservoir management practices impede efforts to deal with sediment accumulation behind U.S. dams. New approaches are needed to improve reservoir sustainability.
Research is increasingly showing how drought, heat, and wildfire influence each other. Ongoing collaborations provide templates for how best to study these phenomena and plan for their future impacts.
Over the past decade, the GeoPRISMS program has greatly expanded understanding of shoreline-spanning Earth systems processes and fostered a vibrant and increasingly diverse community of researchers.
Aquí hay 10 pasos prácticos que los científicos pueden tomar para contrarrestar los efectos perjudiciales de entornos laborales académicos abusivos.