The outgoing editor in chief of JAMES reflects on his time at the journal, recent developments in Earth system modeling, and the challenges of making modeling data accessible.
A collection of Commentaries published in the journals of the American Geophysical Union illuminate the deep and growing benefits of research in the Earth and space sciences for humanity.
A scientist rethinks his distrust of political engagement.
What makes thunderstorms clump, even to the point of singularity, over uniform oceans? Three recent papers in JAMES address this question, and a new Commentary ties them together.