A medida que las comunidades de geociencias y de creación de políticas comienzan a reconocer la importancia de incluir el conocimiento indígena en su trabajo, debemos darle el valor adecuado con tiempo y financiación equitativos.
Marking the 100th anniversary of AGU and Eos, this collection celebrates a century of achievements in the Earth and space sciences and looks forward to the next 100 years of scientific discovery and transformation.
A Modern Manual for Marsquake Monitoring
Thanks to some extraordinary engineering, the InSight mission has led the new field of Martian seismology to the development of a new planetary magnitude scale in less than a year.
Scientists Scramble to Collect Data After Ridgecrest Earthquakes
Ground shaking in Southern California, including a magnitude 7.1 temblor, triggered a massive mobilization effort to collect seismological, geological, and geodetic data.
A Streetcar for the Digital Age
A Streetcar to Subduction for the digital age: AGU revises a classic guidebook using Google Earth.
The Layered Legacy of Clyde Wahrhaftig
As the geologist’s beloved guidebook gets a digital makeover, his personal contributions to the field shed light on who he was as a scientist.
Understanding Our Environment Requires an Indigenous Worldview
As geoscience and policy-making communities begin to recognize the importance of including Indigenous knowledge into their work, we must place the proper value on it through equitable time and funding.
Laying Proper Foundations for Diversity in the Geosciences
Diversity constructed on the tenets of justice and accountability will create a truly better community that creates truly better science.
Digging Into 100 Years of AGU Treasures
AGU staff members spent an afternoon exploring the organization’s archives and unearthing gems from the past.
Promoting Racial Diversity in Geoscience Through Transparency
Geoscience is notoriously lacking in diversity. Institutions can change this by making recruitment and selection processes transparent and by actively engaging minority students.
Creating Spaces for Geoscientists with Disabilities to Thrive
Flexible fieldwork options and more thoughtful recruitment efforts will better open our community to the diverse talent it needs.