The Earth Scientist

Our full-color quarterly journal, The Earth Scientist, regularly includes classroom activities, background science information for the Earth and space science teacher as well as news about NESTA programs and opportunities for teachers in the Earth and Space Sciences. Our current issue is highlighted to the right.

Members can also access past issues of the journal in PDF format. (remember to login to get access Non members can purchase print copies of individual past issues of The Earth Scientist in our store. Alternatively, you can join NESTA today and get access to past issues in PDF format on the website for free with membership.

Click on the following links for information for authors, upcoming journal themes, advertising, and the opportunity to sponsor issues of TES.

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Current Issue

The Spring 2015 issue of The Earth Scientist contains 5 articles that range from beyond the Earth (an article on the Sun and Space Weather as well as one on satellite imagery and remote sensing) to historical events in American history (the Great Dayton Flood of 1913). Additionally there are articles on in-the-news items such as fracking and using the IPCC climate assessments in the classroom.

These highly informative articles cover current topics which we are confident you will find valuable in your classroom and teaching practice. They contain ready to use information for your students and how some of the best ways to approach these topics for maximum understanding.