Anchorage Bound: IEEE Earthzine Delivers Third Year of Live Coverage from Oceans 17

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IEEE Earthzine’s third year of live coverage at Oceans 17 in Anchorage, Alaska, begins Sept. 18.

The Legacy of Cassini as it Comes to a Crashing End

Cassini will dive into Saturn this month, leaving a rich legacy of ground-breaking data.

All the Light We Cannot See: Deploying Optical Sensors to Study the Ocean

Hyperspectral cavity absorption sensors allow scientists to understand ocean microalgae cycles The NeXOS project’s objective was to see, hear, and experience the ocean to broaden human understanding of changes to the marine environment’s biologic, chemistry and physical processes. One of the 10 sensors the project created to monitor the ocean was the hyperspectral cavity absorption […]

Listening to the Ocean with NeXOS Passive Acoustic Smart Sensors

International partners develop next generation, web-enabled sensors to monitor a changing ocean.

NeXOS Project Takes Aquatic Sensors to Next Level

NeXOS project helps us look at the ocean, listen to the ocean, and understand the ocean from a fish’s point of view.

Start of a New EPOCH: HOPE and Hurricanes

Project HOPE (Hands-On Project Experience) is training NASA’s newest leaders to launch the next wave of science missions and careers.

Earthzine Writing Fellowship Dives into the Ocean, One Story at a Time

IEEE Earthzine’s 2017 Writing Fellowship, sponsored by XPRIZE, engages students and early career professionals on ocean exploration through storytelling. Their first assignment was to interview each other.

XPRIZE Aims to Inspire a Connection with the Ocean

The public engages with space science and exploration more than they do with the ocean – XPRIZE hopes to change that.

Mapping Movement: How Geoscience Australia Keeps the Public Informed About Earthquakes

Geoscience Australia is using simple maps to help keep the public—and other scientists—informed. In an interview with Earthzine, seismologist Spiro Spiliopoulos explains.

An Introduction to My Life Aquatic

Earthzine science writer joins Robert Ballard’s Corps of Exploration on board the E/V Nautilus in August.

XPRIZE to Sponsor Earthzine Writing Fellowship

Applications are due May 1 for an Earthzine Writing Fellowship that will explore the ocean depths.

Taking a Trip? Consider Sustainable Sea Turtle Travel

Ecotourism provides opportunities to experience nature while supporting conservation.