AGU joins new initiatives to make scientific research more transparent and accessible.
A novel interface allows users of MATLAB and GMT, two software packages widely used by the geoscience community, to simultaneously harness the capabilities of both products.
New data reveal the prevalence of gender- and race-related harassment in astronomy and planetary sciences.
In a revised statement, the American Geophysical Union and Seismological Society of America reaffirm their view that the capability to monitor the treaty should be expanded, completed, and sustained.
With this year’s Journal Impact Factors just released, AGU discusses some of the issues with this metric, encourages use of additional metrics, and suggests other means of assessing journal quality.
An editor of Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems reflects on the increase in for-profit journals and the implications for scholarly publishing and scientific integrity.
As the number of publishers that choose profit over ethics grows, find out how to avoid their scams and support organizations promoting best practices in scholarly communication.
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.