Scientists have uncovered a connection between temperature gradients in the Pacific Ocean and deadly but predictable consecutive dry spells in East Africa.
Scientists advocate for a more significant consideration of sulfur from a multidisciplinary perspective as a necessary step towards sustainable crop management.
Unless we rapidly reach net zero emissions, the climate will inch closer to a point of no return—even after greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.
AGU is excited to welcome new Editors-in-Chief for seven of our journals in 2024, including the founding Editor of JGR: Machine Learning and Computation.
A new cross-journal special collection invites contributions that unlock the next frontier in hydrology and Earth sciences through artificial intelligence and machine learning.
New research shows that home flood insurance coverage is often a reactive purchase in response to flooding, while top-down policies that focus on community resilience may offer more robust protection.
Achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals may only be possible if human activities are central to critical zone science.
A novel approach to storm simulations could help prepare for increasingly heavy precipitation events.
Los suelos terrestres se están secando a medida que el planeta se calienta, pero aún no está claro que tan seco es muy seco.