Earthzine provides up-to-date information on science, technology, Earth observation and information utilization and those participating and contributing to it’s advancement. It is updated regularly with news spanning
- Earth and Oceans and their observation,
- Environmental policy,
- Career and Mentorship, and
- Oceanic Engineering society events.
Earthzine is run by volunteers of the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society (OES).
On Earthzine, you will find materials that are inspirational to new and future Earth observers and that promote greater awareness of the Earth through its observation. Earthzine encourages interaction of an on-line community of Earth observers. To learn more about Earthzine, our goal and objectives, please see our current Strategic Plan.
See our page on how to submit an Earthzine article, which also includes our Editorial Policy and Writer and Reviewer Guidelines.
We will soon be sending out a regular Full-moon Newsletter with highlights of Earthzine news. You can subscribe here.
If you would like to make a more sustained contribution, volunteer and contribute as an editor, article author, or by recruiting others to participate.
Who we are
Board of Directors
Gerardo Acosta – Oceans
Mitchell Borg – Renewable Energy & Hydrodynamic Modelling
Cheng Chi - Ocean Observation & Instrumentation
Fausto Ferreira – Marine Robotics
Bharath Kalyan - Deep Sea Exploration & Marine Robotics
Stephanie Kemna - Marine Robotics
Jasmin McInerney - Limnology, Coastal Engineering, & Water Resources
Rajat Mishra - Environmental Monitoring & Marine Robotics
Roberto Petroccia - Wireless Sensor Networks
Hans-Peter Plag - Global Change & Sustainability
Rabia Qadar - Optical Communication & Wireless Sensor Networks
Paula B. Garcia Rosa – Marine Power
Farheen Fauziya – Acoustic communication
Cheng Siong Chin - Marine power and battery systems
Jim Barbara – ICEO Treasurer
Tom Compton – IEEE Resource
Lise Yale – Development consultant
Equal Accessibility Officer