Invasive species are a distinctly human-caused problem. We move them, introduce them, and cultivate them. As such, we have the responsibility of dealing with them.
Film Review: PBS American Experience’s ‘Rachel Carson’
A PBS documentary offers an in-depth look at the life and work of “Silent Spring“ author Rachel Carson.
New Research Suggests Antarctic Ozone May Now Be Shrinking
For years, researchers thought the Antarctic Ozone Hole was increasing despite preventive efforts. A new study says the ozone hole is shrinking.
Coastal Observations and Monitoring: The Scientific, Technological and Societal Challenges
Introducing IEEE Earthzine’s quarterly theme on Coastal Environments.
Call for Papers: Coastal Environments
Earthzine, an IEEE online scientific publication, is soliciting articles of 800 to 3,000 words for its fourth 2016 quarterly theme, Coastal Environments.
How an Instagram Feed, Next Generation Satellite Imagery and Open-Access Data Are Changing the Way We See the Planet
Daily Overview creator Ben Grant, using images from DigitalGlobe, hopes to foster a sense of stewardship for the planet.åÊ Even the most casual Instagram viewer scrolling throughåÊimages is likely to stop when a Daily Overview appears on the screen. Daily Overview images beg examination, a second look to determine what exactly is happening in the photo. That second look is … Read More
The Quill Blog: Get Ready, Get Set, Get Writing!
Earthzine launched its first Writing Club in an effort to support emerging science writers and students who are passionate about communicating the complexities of the world around us. These are their stories.
Remote Drought Monitoring in the Navajo Nation: Utilizing NASA Earth Observation Data
Drought monitoring is essential in the management of water resources, especially in underserved and arid areas such as the Navajo Nation. The DEVELOP team at the NASA Ames Research Center examined methods for calculating Standard Precipitation Index (SPI) values in the Nation using NASA Earth observation data in ArcGIS.
Why Indigenous Voices Matter
Native voices are important. Our lifeways are tied to local surroundings, making us the first environmental refugees, and our cultural stories have embraced sustainability long before the term entered public discourse. To add your voice, consider a submission to an Earthzine theme about Indigenous Perspectives on Environmental Change.
Believe in Millennials
Earthzine intern Sarah shares her thoughts on her generation’s role in dealing with climate change.
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