Arrays of technologies and innovative research are helping scientists better understand forests, fires, and the future of our shared landscape.
New Directions for Perspectives of Earth and Space Scientists
The AGU journal Perspectives of Earth and Space Scientists is changing its aims and scope, removing its by-invitation requirement and adding several new community-serving article formats.
Sources of tsunamis are undersea, underground, and under the microscope in our October issue.
Notebooks Now! Elevating Computational Notebooks
AGU is launching a community-driven effort, funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to support computational notebooks as primary research objects in scholarly publications.
Sewing DEI Into the Fabric of the Geosciences
AGU journals host a new living special collection on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the geosciences and invite additional contributions to grow this collection.
Myths, Legends, and Buried Hair
In our May issue of Eos, we’re seeking out innovations in volcanology.
Dust in the Wind, Dirt Under Our Feet, and Dunes of Another World
In our April issue of Eos, we follow researchers who get to the root of the Amazon basin’s rich landscape.
How to Work in the Dark on Deep Time
Researchers who study the formation of Earth show how ingenuity can shed light on hidden moments of creation.
Inventorying Earth’s Land and Ocean Greenhouse Gases
A new special collection in AGU journals will present findings from the Second REgional Carbon Cycle Assessment and Processes (RECCAP2) study with a decade of data on greenhouse gas growth.
Science Off the Seashore
In our February issue, Eos reports on the study of the ocean and our relationship to it, in the spirit of the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.