With more than half of humanity living in cities, the ability to model urban-climate interactions at relevant spatial scales is increasingly important.
Convergent, high-impact research that contributes to society is the hallmark of AGU’s new flagship journal.
Featuring high-impact papers and a streamlined process, AGU’s new journal is ready to launch.
The outgoing Editor in Chief of Global Biogeochemical Cycles reflects on how research topics published in the journal have adapted and developed since its launch three decades ago.
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.
Drastic cuts within CSIRO will cut off Australia's critically important contributions to the global climate community