Permission to Use EarthScope Products
EarthScope data, publications, and images are free for researchers and educators to use. For citation purposes, see the suggested formats below. Bracketed or ALL CAPS text should be filled in with the appropriate information and the brackets deleted:
For images or publications without a specified author:
EarthScope National Office (DATE). [Title of EarthScope map, image, or article]. Online publication. [URL for item or webpage].
Example: EarthScope National Office (2015). EarthScope Station Status as of June 2015. Online publication. http://www.earthscope.org/sites/default/files/escope/assets/uploads/maps/ALLSTATIONS_MAP_JUNE2015.pdf
For images or publications with a named author:
[Author name] (DATE). [Title of EarthScope map, image, or article. List the publication if the item is an article in a longer publication, such as inSights newsletter, etc.]. Online publication. EarthScope National Office. [URL for item or webpage].
Example: Grassi, Beth (2018). Open SESAME: EarthScope seismic research inspires landowners and students in Georgia. inSights newsletter: Winter 2017–2018. Online publication. EarthScope National Office. http://www.earthscope.org/articles/Open_SESAME
Illustrations & Logos
EarthScope resources (illustrations, logos, power-point presentations, etc.) can be used to enhance the development of presentations, websites, and curricula.
Shorter version (9 slides): PPT (14.7MB)
Longer version (14 slides): PPT (14.4MB)
These overview slides may be used and modified for presentations involving instrumentation, data, science results, and education and outreach incorporating the NSF EarthScope Program.
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.