Guest Editor Peter Neill discusses Earthzine’s second quarterly theme of 2016, Ocean Stewardship.
Live From MTS/IEEE Oceans ‘15
Earthzine is attending and providing updates from the Oceans ’15 conference in National Harbor, Maryland, near Washington, D.C., from Oct. 19-22.
L-band Sensing Satellites Suffer Setbacks
Two recent setbacks to L-band microwave sensing missions have hindered our ability to study soil moisture and ocean salinity.
Stress Tests for the Sea: Can Fisheries Withstand Ocean Acidification?
Ocean acidification is a new challenge to fisheries managers. Tools available today offer multiple avenues for considering the phenomenon.
Considering Gender Roles and Intercultural Immersion for Water Infrastructure Projects in Indigenous Communities
Maria Teresa Gutierrez, of the International Labor Organization, gives an inside look at the South-South Cooperation Case Study involving water management and sanitation in indigenous and dispersed rural communities of Latin America.
Call For Papers: Water For Agriculture
A call for papers for the third quarterly theme.
In the Journals: Water
The water mini theme roundup.
Clues from Space Help Track Freshwater on Earth
Freshwater is essential to life on Earth, but its distribution, patterns of precipitation and origins are still only partially understood. Technologies that allow us to observe water from space help offer new insight into this critical resource.
Science, Science Everywhere, Nor Any Drop to Drink: Three Solutions for an Outdated System
Scientific research should be primarily driven by the need to serve society. This article focuses on water as an example, although the solutions proposed could apply to many other fields.
Live from the American Geophysical Union’s 2014 Fall Meeting
Live coverage of the AGU Fall meeting
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