New satellite observations of polar stratospheric clouds have advanced our understanding of how, when, and where they form, their composition, and their role in ozone depletion.
A new book presents recent advances in the modeling and remote sensing of droughts and floods of use to emergency response organizations and policy makers on a global scale.
A new AGU book presents a multidisciplinary perspective on the dynamic processes occurring in Earth’s mantle.
AGU analyzes reviewer age, gender, and geographic location especially to see how the pandemic may have affected our reviewer pool.
Charged particles escape our atmosphere following Earth’s magnetic field and constitute a main source of matter that modulates Sun-Earth interactions.
A new book examines flow of the elements in the biosphere from biological drivers to human influences, and explores the analytical and computational methods used to access biogeochemical cycles.
As Earth’s climate heats up, glacier structures are being revealed in unprecedented detail, allowing glaciologists to understand how the behavior of glaciers has changed over centuries to millennia.
AGU’s newest journal, Perspectives of Earth and Space Scientists, is a collection of memoirs, essays, and insights that present personal perspectives on how different scientific fields have evolved.
Traditional physical models are no longer the only foundational tools for processing geophysical data; “big data” help to reveal the laws of geophysics from new angles with exciting results so far.
A new book presents an example-driven collection of basic methods, applications, and visualizations to process satellite data sets for Earth science research.