Lake sediment is helping scientists resolve a decades-long historical mystery.
The Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center is training scientists to create immersive virtual field experiences of glaciers, sea ice, and snow.
John R. Elliott received the 2020 John Wahr Early Career Award at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award recognizes “significant advances in geodetic science, technology, applications, observations, or theory.”
Parisa Mostafavi received the 2020 Fred L. Scarf Award at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award is “given annually to one honoree in recognition of an outstanding dissertation that contributes directly to solar–planetary science.”
Alexander Turner and Megan D. Willis received the 2020 James R. Holton Award at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award recognizes “outstanding scientific research and accomplishments from honorees within three years of receiving their Ph.D.”
Anja Klotzsche received the inaugural Near-Surface Geophysics Early Career Achievement Award at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award is given in recognition of “significant contributions to the field of near-surface geophysics by an early-career researcher.”
James M. Russell received the 2020 Willi Dansgaard Award at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award is given in recognition of “high research impact, innovative interdisciplinary work, educational accomplishments, such as mentoring, or positive societal impact” and “exceptional promise for continued leadership in paleoceanography and paleoclimatology.”
Suzanne P. Anderson received the 2020 G. K. Gilbert Award in Surface Processes at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award recognizes “sustained and outstanding contributions to the field of Earth and planetary surface processes from a mid-career or senior scientist.”
Keri Nicoll received the 2020 Atmospheric and Space Electricity Early Career Award at AGU’s virtual Fall Meeting 2020. The award recognizes “significant contributions to atmospheric and space electricity science from honorees within 10 years of receiving their Ph.D. degree.”
AGU editors recognize the contributions of reviewers, whose valuable expertise continues to raise our journals’ high standards.