In August, Eos looks at what the first round of observations with the James Webb Space Telescope might reveal about faraway worlds.
In our July issue, Eos looks at the collection, study, and storage of cores—from sediment drilled up from the age of the dinosaurs to tree rings as big as a house.
In our June issue, Eos looks at how scientists and city planners are partnering to protect our vital urban forests.
Scientists discuss geospace and what we could learn if we put some more eyes on this region in the atmosphere. Read more in our special themed issue.
As the decade-long GeoPRISMS program comes to an end this spring, Eos’s April issue features just a few its accomplishments.
In the March issue of Eos, we look at how scientists who study earthquakes, floods, and other hazards are factoring people into their models.
In our February issue of Eos, we look at what role geoscientists have in ensuring everyone in our communities has a meal on the table.
From the connection between Earth’s core and life on the surface, way out to the ends of the solar system, this month’s issue of Eos takes a look at the study of magnetic fields.
As Earth and space scientists gather this December for AGU’s annual Fall Meeting, Eos looks at the ways in which the community is reimagining itself to create a more diverse and adaptable future.
In October, Eos examines a pivotal point for a field of science that’s starting to make a name for itself.