If we can overcome its pitfalls, AI holds promise for improving trust in climate science and activating a largely disengaged public, with meaningful consequences for health and well-being globally.
Submap merges graphic design with geodynamics, providing a fast, free, and user-friendly resource to map subduction zones.
A new online platform offers comprehensive data and tools about U.S. hydropower assets, enabling data-driven decisionmaking at the energy–water nexus.
Nell turns vast columns of data into beautiful and understandable graphics.
Scientific content curation provides users across diverse disciplines and levels of experience with a valuable means of accessing relevant and reliable information amid the growing data landscape.
A more accessible, open data-sharing infrastructure will engage a broader community of contributors, helping to develop satellite data products that benefit Earth science research and applications.
Firsthand accounts of earthquake impacts could aid in identifying people who require help as well as increasing safety in some areas.
For the first time, scientists have forged a nearly all-encompassing model of Earth’s surface evolution over the past 100 million years.
Astronomers today are more likely than ever to access data from an archive rather than travel to a telescope—a shift that’s democratizing science.
Scientists are reassessing dated data in the time of the Cloud.