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Heather Goss is the Publisher of Eos and Senior Director of Strategic Communications and Marketing for AGU. She served as Editor in Chief of Eos from 2018 to 2022; during her tenure, she established the Science Adviser panel comprised of AGU members representing disciplines across Earth and space science. Heather won the 2022 Award for Distinguished Science Journalism from the American Meteorological Society for “Lightning Research Flashes Forward.”
Previously, Heather was a science editor at the Smithsonian Institution, managing editor of Washington, D.C., local news publication DCist, and an attorney. She also founded the 501(c)(3) arts organization Exposed DC.
Spacecraft 107’s Big Trip
This month we celebrate the spirit of adventure for AGU’s Centennial.
Science in the Deep
In June, AGU’s Centennial celebrates ocean researchers.
Earth’s Ripple Effect
The ocean’s interactions with land, air, and ice create an intricate planetary dance.
How Did We Get Here?
With a discovery made from fossils in the seabed, paleoceanographers and paleoclimatologists began tracing the delicate path between ancient eras and our future.
Everything Is Connected
The field of hydrology embraces the balance of worldwide systems and local behavior.
Collaboration Reveals What’s Beneath the Surface
How do scientists look underground? Answering questions about Earth’s interior requires an attack from many angles.
Advancing Science for 100 Years
All year long, AGU and Eos will be celebrating our Centennial by highlighting the Earth and space science discoveries from the past 100 years and the new research that is being built upon them.