More than 20 events at the 2014 Fall Meeting sought to provide scientists with opportunities, tools, and support to communicate the value of widespread awareness of Earth and space science.
Robotic probes could help us collect samples from the Moon, potentially revealing the origins of our solar system.
Robotic probes—including Ranger VIII, launched 50 years ago this week—paved the way for humankind’s giant leap to the Moon. This history may help guide future plans for lunar exploration.
Over the northeast United States, ground-level ozone will peak in the winter rather than the summer thanks to continued reductions of regional nitrogen oxide emissions from smokestacks and tailpipes.
A new model of deposition and erosion on river banks allows scientists to study how the banks control their stream’s width.
Studies of volcanoes, Earth's natural climate coolers, cause scientists to question the merits of methods that intend to slow down climate change by injecting the stratosphere with aerosols.
Sand dunes migrate—so why haven’t some budged in 60 years?
Researchers use computer simulations to find the date and earthquake source of an ancient tsunami that deposited sediment in a Hawaii sinkhole.
Models suggest that the shape of river valleys depends strongly on how meandering rivers interact with the sediment and bedrock of the banks.
AGU Honors Program announces the creation of three new honors and awards.