Integrating Earth and space science into high school biology, chemistry, and physics courses may be the best way to educate the public about climate science.
The AGU journal Perspectives of Earth and Space Scientists is changing its aims and scope, removing its by-invitation requirement and adding several new community-serving article formats.
AGU’s newest journal, Perspectives of Earth and Space Scientists, is a collection of memoirs, essays, and insights that present personal perspectives on how different scientific fields have evolved.
An account of a geophysicist's recent trip to Indonesia wouldn't be complete without intrigue and elucidations about what Java, climate change, and Butch Cassidy all have in common.
The Midcontinent Rift has characteristics of a large igneous province, causing geologists to rethink some long-standing assumptions about how this giant feature formed.
The Next Generation Science Standards present a set of performance expectations for stronger understanding of Earth and space science.