From new techniques in geodesy to the scientific culture we want to create, let’s start our next century together by assessing how we measure what’s most important.
Michael Bloomberg and Jerry Brown joined AGU’s Chris McEntee at Fall Meeting 2019 in San Francisco to discuss their new report on climate strategies.
Jamie Austin is helping AGU build an endowment for the benefit of our future Earth and space scientists—and you should be part of it.
We’re closing out our Centennial year by celebrating all that our community has accomplished together and getting inspired for what comes next.
This month for our Centennial, we look to AGU’s newest science, geohealth, and the related study of natural disasters.
In October, we celebrate AGU’s Centennial by looking under our feet, where the relatively new study of plate tectonics is evolving rapidly.
We’re joining with over 200 other news outlets and organizations in a weeklong initiative to prove the power of journalism in telling “the defining story of our time.”
This month we look around our solar system—and much farther—as we celebrate AGU’s Centennial.
This August, we look at the relationship we have to our closest star for AGU’s Centennial.
By transitioning from manuscript to proposal submission, Eos will make it easier for scientists to share their critical work with our readers.