AGU is launching a community-driven effort, funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to support computational notebooks as primary research objects in scholarly publications.
The Enabling FAIR Data project has brought together a broad spectrum of Earth, space, and environmental science leaders to ensure that data are findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable.
Scientists who engage with policy-makers, the public, community leaders, and the media deserve to be recognized and rewarded for their work.
AGU is working with other leading publishers to implement common standards for authorship and recognize and value specific contributions across cultures.
A review of achievements, developments, and changes in AGU Publications in the past year, and a look ahead to new features, initiatives, and growth ahead.
As AGU editors recognize the contributions of reviewers, our journals are providing new online tools, such as a short questionnaire for reviewer feedback, to improve the peer review process itself.
Data experts from publishers, repositories, and other organizations met last month to kick off a project to promote open and Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR) data principles.
After a successful trial to actively encourage authors to recommend diverse lists of reviewers for their papers, a reminder statement about diversity will now be rolled out across AGU journals.
AGU is committed to assessing and improving the peer review process through various new and recent initiatives.
AGU journals will incorporate open source software to facilitate dialog among reviewers, editors and authors during peer review.