Most representations of the water cycle are flawed, researchers found by analyzing over 450 diagrams: The effects of humans, seasonal changes, and different biomes are often neglected.
The U.S. Postal Service has issued a new set of Forever postage stamps that feature evocative photos of some of the rivers protected by the U.S. National Wild and Scenic Rivers System.
We need to imbue students with a central value: Adherence to the scientific method is, in itself, good citizenship.
As the year comes to a close, look back on interesting Earth and planetary science phenomena captured on camera.
The Kīlauea eruption earlier this year unleashed a media bonanza. Here are nine tips about how to debunk geohazard misinformation in real time from a scientist frequently tapped for expert comments.
Run by queer and transgender scientists, a new program aims to help high school students of similar identities see a future for themselves in science.
As you prepare to feast, save room for springy yellowcake, breadcrust bombs, a cheese course on Mars, and more. Bon appétit!
Scientists more than ever need to tell policy makers and the public about their work. Whether confident or shy, an experienced speaker or not, you can benefit from AGU’s Voices for Science program.
We always knew Microsoft Paint was useful for something.
From chemical puns and censorship to the spectrum of awesome and a touch of magic, signs at this year’s events showcased the science marchers’ creativity and passion…and a bit of humor.