A new AGU book presents a multidisciplinary perspective on the dynamic processes occurring in Earth’s mantle.
In a children’s book written by geochronologist Matthew Fox, he condenses 400 million years of history into 34 playfully poetic pages as he follows the travels of a single grain of sand.
A new set of five books presents the latest science on the Sun and the solar wind, magnetospheres in the solar system, Earth’s ionosphere, Earth’s upper atmosphere, and the effects of space weather.
In 6th century Italy, saints were said to perform an unusual number of water miracles. Paleoclimatological data from a stalagmite may reveal why.
A new book explores how two river-dominated coastal estuaries are responding to the pressures of human expansion and climate change.
A new book explores the geophysical processes that have shaped Iceland over 30 million years and continue to influence the landscape.
This Halloween season, explore the connections between mythical monsters like Bigfoot and the Kraken and the creatures on which they’re based.
A Streetcar to Subduction for the digital age: AGU revises a classic guidebook using Google Earth.
Herman Melville’s bicentennial provides a good excuse to examine how well the Pequod’s monomaniacal mariner knew his geomagnetic magic.
New developments in the science of ore genesis and exploration could address the challenges of finding new mineral deposits for our increasingly materialistic world.