In areas of low or no flood monitoring, archival coverage of historical flooding can help scientists make better risk predictions.
Policymakers need scientists. Here’s how one geoscientist contributed to a U.S. congressional report that’s already churning out legislation—and real action.
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.
En un innovador ensayo clínico se estudia el impacto del zinc en la mitigación de los efectos sobre la salud relacionados con la minería de uranio. Éste se lleva a cabo mediante la “participación bidireccional” entre los Navajos y las comunidades médicas.
We demonstrate the effectiveness of straightforward strategies using widely available auto-captioning tools to greatly improve accessibility of jargon-rich content.
How can scientists use YouTube livestreams to help the public better understand scientific concepts?
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.
An innovative clinical trial uses “two-way participation” between Navajo and medical communities to study the impact of zinc on mitigating health effects associated with uranium mining.
Following the culmination of an ambitious Earth science education initiative, scientists and educators met to prioritize ways in which education about Earth can foster sustainable societies.