A new initiative teaches marketable skills, engages students in research projects at Brookhaven National Laboratory, and fosters professional career tracks of underrepresented minorities.
Studies of geomagnetic polarity reversals have generated some of the biggest and most interesting debates in the paleomagnetic and wider solid Earth geophysics communities over the last 25 years.
A training initiative in Europe opens doors for young scientists, promoting collaboration and broadening their skills with unique opportunities in atmospheric research.
Geo-Needs Focus Group Meetings; Naperville, Illinois, 5–7 and 9–11 August 2015
Increasing cooperation in Mexico benefits climatologists, meteorologists, and science as a whole.
Its findings arise from a meeting of educators and scientists called by the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine on including "discovery-based" research in undergraduate courses.
AGU and AGU editors led a number of workshops in 2015 on how to be a successful author to worldwide audiences as well as to how to effectively review scientific papers. First, Yusuke Yokoyama (Editor for Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems) convened a workshop at the JPGU meeting in Tokyo, Japan.
Combining the capabilities of an open-source drawing tool with Google Earth maps allows researchers to visualize real-world cross-sectional data in three dimensions.
Collaboration between the scientific society and the educational organization aims to foster research opportunities and diversity in undergraduate geoscience education.
Student involvement in geoscience unions: A case study from hydrology