Alongside publication of new books on a broad range of Earth and space science topics, AGU published its first open access books in 2020 and appointed a new Editorial Board.
Reflecting Back and Looking Forward at JGR: Biogeosciences
The outgoing and incoming editors in chief of JGR: Biogeosciences reflect on recent years of growth and expansion in the journal while they ponder and plan for the challenges ahead.
A Fallen Rising Star
The last works of Marzieh (Mari) Foroutan, an early-career martian geologist who was lost to us in 2020, have now been completed and published in JGR: Planets.
Data Sets Are Foundational to Research. Why Don’t We Cite Them?
The lack of clear references to and descriptions of data sets in published literature limits the usefulness of data, as well as the reproducibility and credibility of scientific findings.
JGR: Space Physics Seeks Submissions on Underrepresented Topics
Under a new editor in chief, the Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics is encouraging more scientific papers on space instrumentation, numerical models, and solar physics.
Between Past and Future
The outgoing Editor in Chief of Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology reflects on her tenure and changes in the journal over those years.
All Together Now: Reflecting on Earth’s Future’s Formative Years
The outgoing Editor in Chief of Earth’s Future reflects on the first 6 years of the open-access journal and the factors that have contributed to its growth and success.
Avoiding the Guise of an Anonymous Review
Anonymous review of scientific manuscripts was intended to encourage reviewers to speak freely, but other models may be better for accountability and inclusivity.
AGU Marks Peer Review Week
AGU is committed to assessing and improving the peer review process through various new and recent initiatives.
AGU Provides Open Citations and Content Sharing
AGU joins new initiatives to make scientific research more transparent and accessible.