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Bringing Satellite Observations Down to Earth
This month’s issue of Eos shows how scientists can sometimes get a better look at something by stepping far—much, much farther—away.
The Rise of Machine Learning
Our August issue explores the way we process, analyze, and clearly present the massive amounts of information collected by scientists today.
Upcoming AGU Leadership Elections
AGU announces the full slate of leadership candidates. Voting will open at the end of September.
A Dive into the Deep Earth
In July, Eos looks at the incredible capabilities scientists have developed to recreate the enormous pressures and temperatures that exist far below the planet’s surface.
In Appreciation of AGU’s Outstanding Reviewers of 2019
AGU editors recognize the contributions of reviewers, whose valuable expertise continues to raise our journals’ high standards.
A Whole World View
Scientists are dedicated to understanding the complexities of the Earth’s carbon cycle—and how our actions can throw it off.
McEnroe Receives 2019 William Gilbert Award
Suzanne A. McEnroe received the 2019 William Gilbert Award at AGU’s Fall Meeting 2019 Honors Ceremony, held 9–13 December in San Francisco, Calif. The award recognizes “outstanding and unselfish work in magnetism of Earth materials and of the Earth and planets.”
Investigating the Spark
In May, we look at lightning—what it tells us about dangerous weather, how to find it on other planets, and what we might learn if we get all that data in one place.
First Issue of AGU Advances Highlights Influential Science
Convergent, high-impact research that contributes to society is the hallmark of AGU’s new flagship journal.