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.
To achieve the goals in their aspirational diversity statements, organizations must actively recruit, mentor, and support scientists from every sector of society.
We demonstrate the effectiveness of straightforward strategies using widely available auto-captioning tools to greatly improve accessibility of jargon-rich content.
Geoengineering strategies to slow sea ice melting would affect not only Earth’s climate but also the biology and chemistry of the oceans, atmosphere, and ice.
A new network that embraces scientists with wide-ranging experiences and expertise aims to solve the challenges of Earth’s critical zone.
Four Earth scientists and a psychologist reflect on balancing parenthood and professional careers in academia amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Geo-STEM learning ecosystems can empower community-based solutions and broaden participation in the geosciences by connecting diverse participants who contribute unique skill sets and ways of knowing.
As weather and climate models grow larger and more data intensive, the amount of energy needed to run them continues to increase. Are researchers doing enough to minimize the carbon footprint of their computing?
Developing trustworthy artificial intelligence for weather and ocean forecasting, as well as for long-term environmental sustainability, requires integrating collaborative efforts from many sources.
Search for your address in this new database and get an easy to understand indicator of the potential for flooding now and over the next several decades as climate change alters our environment.