The Editor-in-Chief of Paleoceanography explains that the journal is changing its name to Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology to reflect the evolution of science in this field.
A new "highlights" page, plain-language summaries, and other recent initiatives further enhance the material in journals and books published by the American Geophysical Union.
Martyn Clark reflects on how his experiences of going through the peer review process as an author have influenced him as an editor.
Martyn Clark describes how thoughtful reviews can substantially enhance the quality and impact of published papers.
A personal perspective on women in science and how we can increase representation in the the geosciences
A concerted effort has begun to gather and preserve archives of marine samples and descriptive data, giving scientists ready access to insights on ancient environments.
Renewed partnership aims to continue expanding the reach of scholarly Earth and space science.
From the peer-review process to our very concept of what it means to be brilliant, studies show that women face subtle biases and structural barriers to success in the geosciences.
An ever-growing group of scientists seeks to integrate rock deformation labs from across the United States into one shared national facility.
Robert Reilinger will receive the 2016 Paul G. Silver Award for Outstanding Scientific Service at the 2016 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, to be held 12–16 December in San Francisco, Calif. The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the fields of geodesy, seismology, or tectonophysics through mentoring of junior colleagues, leadership of community research initiatives, or other forms of unselfish collaboration in research.