A new book explores why springs are critical for humanity and ecosystems, the threats they are facing, and how we can act now to protect and restore them.
Big Earth data are accumulating at a rapid rate with challenges for understanding and using the data, but new tools and applications are enabling analysis and enhancing usability by policy makers.
Find out more about the AGU Advanced Textbook Series that enables upper undergraduate- and graduate-level students to engage with primary literature and develop skills of critical analysis.
A new book explores how Earth science knowledge addresses critical global challenges including sustainable development, disaster risk reduction, and climate change.
A new book describes muography, an imaging technique that can be used to visualize the internal density composition of geological structures.
A new book explores Distributed Acoustic Sensing, a technology with a range of applications across geophysics and related fields.
A new book examines research on wetlands from around the world to illustrate how environmental management can improve carbon sequestration while improving the health and function of wetlands.
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.
Editing a book can be a rewarding professional experience, but there are misconceptions about scientific books in terms of their quality, value, and discoverability.
An analysis of books in the space science disciplines: AGU’s portfolio, how we compare with other publishers, and how we could grow.