Mysteries of the Global Carbon Cycle

Less than half of the anthropogenic carbon dioxide remains in the atmosphere to drive climate change. The rest is being removed by mysterious processes in…

Can We Better Predict Coastal Change?

A new special collection invites studies on a new era of models and knowledge that provide predictions or insights into predictability in coastal geomorphology.

The Kinetics of the Seismic Cycle

Large earthquakes are necessarily punctuated by some degree of strength recovery, such as “fault healing”, but does quartz cementation during fluid-fault interactions facilitate that process?

Expanding the Scope of Radio Science

AGU’s Radio Science journal announces an expansion in scope in response to technological developments and welcomes Technical Reports presenting measurements and experimental studies.


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