AGU is revising its data accessibility and preservation position statement.
AGU has elected 57 members to leadership positions that will begin on 1 January 2015.
On 1 January 2015 Margaret Leinen will become AGU president and will chair the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee. Also, about half of the current Board and Council members will rotate off.
A paleoclimatologist reflects on her summer as a science reporter at the Los Angeles Times as part of the American Association for the Advancement of Science Mass Media Fellowship program.
Thirty-eight scientists have been selected by AGU sections and focus groups to receive awards in 2014.
You can customize your giving to AGU by making a tribute gift or a monthly recurring gift or including AGU in will or estate plans.
Among other changes, papers now should include a concise statement in the acknowledgments telling the reader where core data supporting the paper’s conclusions can be found.
When you give to AGU, you are giving to programs and initiatives that affect you, your fellow scientists, and the entire world.
The blog, which takes its title from the glass prow at the top of the Union’s headquarters, will be an opportunity for AGU leaders to engage in a two-way conversation with members.
Geologist Julia Rosen typically uses strata of ice and dirt to tell stories of the Earth’s past. This summer, she’ll trade those for pen and paper when she works at a newspaper’s science desk.