Researchers plot deformation from 6000 seismic events across the central Asian mountain range to better understand its tectonic history.
Close to a half billion times during the 2014 Fall Meeting, somebody, somewhere, received a tweet about the American Geophysical Union.
From participating in a fun run to enjoying lunch with recipients of student travel grants, donors to the American Geophysical Union helped make the 2014 Fall Meeting a success.
President Barack Obama's budget request calls for a healthy boost for the National Science Foundation's geosciences directorate.
Researchers investigate how microbes respire in dry conditions.
Top stories at the 2014 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting include new findings about methane on Mars, the warming Arctic, and the California drought.
The Societal Impacts and Policy Sciences (SIPS) Focus Group kicked off new activity with a lively event at AGU Fall Meeting, with much more action to come.
Held on 17 December 2014, the American Geophysical Union’s Honors Tribute celebrated the breakthrough achievements, outstanding contributions, and service of select members.
The American Geophysical Union hosted more than 30 events at the 2014 Fall Meeting for K–12 teachers, higher education faculty, early-career scientists, and the public.
Thousands of people across the world watched video recordings of the Fall Meeting’s Union lectures, named lectures, and oral presentations.