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AGU 2022 - Explore science gateways focused on earth science

Science leads the future, and Science Gateways are the research portals that make it possible!

Explore these earth science Science Gateways to learn more about their broader impacts and how you could utilize a Science Gateway for your research. 


Science Gateways Focused on Earth Science

We are proud to have supported over 200 science gateways.
Read about some of these past engagements in the SGCI Storybook.

WHISPers Gateway

The Wildlife Health Information Sharing Partnership event reporting system (WHISPers) is a source of information on verified wildlife morbidity and mortality events involving one or more animals. This information provides better understanding of wildlife health issues nationwide and is collaboratively provided by State, Federal, and Tribal wildlife management agencies and organizations.

Space Weather Data Portal

The Space Weather Data Portal facilitates space weather (SWx) research and education by streamlining the discovery, access, visualization, and download of diverse data describing SWx events.


The Unidata Science Gateway. Unidata is a diverse community of education and research institutions with the common goal of sharing geoscience data and the tools to access and visualize that data.

The Lidar Radar Open Software Environment (LROSE)

We envisage the gateway as providing a 'service' to our users, to allow them to perform some or all of their work in the cloud. This could, for example, entail uploading some data sets, running format conversions and/or data analysis, perhaps visualizing the data, and downloading the results. We believe this could be especially advantageous for those users who would otherwise struggle to install the software natively on their systems.


OpenTopography facilitates community access to Earth science-oriented, topography data, and related tools. is a free online citizen science platform developed by the Community Lab at the MDI Biological Laboratory in Bar Harbor, Maine. is used by hundreds of individuals and organizations to gather and access citizen science observations and provides a platform to easily collect, manage, and share their citizen science data.


Ghub is a science gateway offers datasets, workflows, and tools to unify ice sheet observations and modeling, provide uncertainty quantification, and improve estimates of future sea level rise.

Critical Zone Observatories

The Critical Zone Collaborative Network (CZNet) is the next phase of NSF’s Critical Zone research program, comprised of nine Thematic Clusters with a wide range of geological, climatic, and land use settings that provide an opportunity to better understand the critical zone.

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