The Advances in Earth Science coalition (AES) held a webinar July 25 featuring experts from industry, academia, and state and federal government agencies, who discussed how Earth Science data is collected, used, and disseminated. Speakers addressed current protocols and future endeavors in data collection.
Robust data collections are vital for understanding and managing Earth’s natural resources and hazards:
To view the recorded webinar and question and answer sessions, click here.
- Earthquake data can help identify quake-prone areas and inform earthquake preparedness.
- Air quality data can reveal potential health risks and hazards from air pollution.
- Water quality data can capture noteworthy trends and changes in safety and accessibility.