Resources for Researchers

EarthScope resources (illustrations, logos, power-point presentations, ...) can be used to enhance the development of presentations, websites, and curricula.

Illustrations & Logos



Full Globe w. logo

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Cropped Globe

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Instruments Globe

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TA SeismicStation

TA Seismic Station

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TA stations in AK

TA stations in AK

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Permament Seismic Station

Perm. S. Station

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GPS Station

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Laser - Strainmeter

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Black Logo

Black Logo

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Logo Colored


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Overview Presentation

Shorter version (9 slides): PPT (14.7MB)

Longer version (14 slides): PPT (14.4MB)                                        

Please email us if you need higher resolution for your presentation: uaf-earthscope[at] These overview slides may be used and modified for presentations involving instrumentation, data, science results, and education and outreach incorporating the NSF EarthScope Program

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PowerPoint Template with ES Logo and Globe - Large PowerPoint [5.2 MB]

All our videos are available on our EarthScope youtube channel. Here is a selection of playlists you might be interested in:

"I use EarthScope Data" Video Series: EarthScope National Office asked scientists using EarthScope data to describe their project in less than a minute.

EarthScope Chronicle Series playlist: These videos highlight the individual stories & research of EarthScope scientists.

How-to video series for accessing UNAVCO's geodetic data

Look at our Photo Gallery on Instagram & our website photo page.

Social media: We are happy to share your quick news or photo items through

Facebook: Tag:@EarthScope

Twitter: Tag: @EarthScopeInfo

Instagram: Tag:#earthscopeinfo


You can send your news via email or directly tag us.

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EarthScope Publication and Media guidance (updated in 2017)

Journal publications: Send us references of your EarthScope-related or -funded research for us to add on our publication page.

You can find previous Newsletters in PDF format here or search through our online articles  here.

Stories ideas: If you would like EarthScope to feature your research on our website or in our quarterly newsletter, email the office at uaf-earthscope[at]

Media contact:  if you are willing to be contacted by the news media, let us know.

Share your science: The office can help you share your work through social media or on this website, just let us know: uaf-earthscope[at]

Science communication tips: Enjoy this one pager tips from AGU on how to best share your science.