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  Information - ES7 Beyond our research results: the impact of geoscientists on education, policy, and the public

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Scientists and scientific organizations play crucial roles in maintaining the health of the geoscience workforce; preparing students to do research; increasing the public understanding of science and the scientific method; preparing teachers to teach science and geoscience; and contributing to societal decision making. In each of these realms, scientists bring their understanding of the Earth and space, their knowledge of current research including their own work, and the methods of science. They have unique opportunities to engage students and others in their research, to bring their research into their teaching, and to speak to society about science. This session will highlight the variety of ways in which scientists around the world participate in these broader endeavors and the impact of this work

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