Fifty-nine individuals have been elected to the 2021 Class of Fellows.
Winter’s Melting Point
Around the world, the seasonal snowpack is changing. Eos’s October issue looks at how we study winter weather, adapt to climate changes, and even fight for the snow we love.
Congratulations to the 2021 AGU Union Medal, Award, and Prize Recipients
AGU awards its highest honors for excellence in scientific research, education, communication, and outreach.
2021 AGU Section Awardees and Named Lecturers
Congratulations to the 2021 section award recipients and named lecturers!
Charting the Paths to a Scientific Career
In our special issue on STEM careers, meet 17 scientists who’ve forged creative paths to a rewarding pursuit of Earth and space science.
Unveiling the Next Exoplanet Act
In August, Eos looks at what the first round of observations with the James Webb Space Telescope might reveal about faraway worlds.
Elliott Receives 2020 John Wahr Early Career Award
John R. Elliott received the 2020 John Wahr Early Career Award at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award recognizes “significant advances in geodetic science, technology, applications, observations, or theory.”
Mostafavi Receives 2020 Fred L. Scarf Award
Parisa Mostafavi received the 2020 Fred L. Scarf Award at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award is “given annually to one honoree in recognition of an outstanding dissertation that contributes directly to solar–planetary science.”
Turner and Willis Receive 2020 James R. Holton Award
Alexander Turner and Megan D. Willis received the 2020 James R. Holton Award at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award recognizes “outstanding scientific research and accomplishments from honorees within three years of receiving their Ph.D.”
Klotzsche Receives 2020 Near-Surface Geophysics Early Career Achievement Award
Anja Klotzsche received the inaugural Near-Surface Geophysics Early Career Achievement Award at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award is given in recognition of “significant contributions to the field of near-surface geophysics by an early-career researcher.”