Video footage gathered from social media is used to reconstruct the timing and likely source(s) of the tsunami generated by the 2018 Palu earthquake.
Telescopes around the world detected an impact event on the lunar surface just before totality on Monday. Amateur and professional astronomers are starting to coordinate data.
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.
Researchers are taking to Twitter to tell the world about their research through the lines of haiku. Now it’s your turn!
Need a way to store sediment cores or grind up soil? These scientists have your answer.
New pilot system that analyzed more than 35 million flood-related Twitter posts to determine their geographic origin might help first responders locate and react more quickly to calamities.
A new "highlights" page, plain-language summaries, and other recent initiatives further enhance the material in journals and books published by the American Geophysical Union.
Tweets, if scrutinized closely, may allow scientists to map hazards in real time, helping to guide emergency response.
With buttons, signage, nine planned events, and a Thunderclap campaign, Fall Meeting will combat harassment and support a safe and welcoming scientific community.
On behalf of JGR: Oceans, I consented to a Reddit Science AMA. What did an anonymous public want to learn about oceanography and climate science? More importantly, what can we learn from them?