Coral Chemistry Reflects Southeast Asia’s Economic Expansion
Soil erosion from economic development sent sediments into the South China Sea—and into coral skeletons.
Remote Sensing Tracks Down “Plastic Plants” in Rivers
Researchers are using remote sensing to track floating mats of plastic trapped in water hyacinth plants.
Podcast: Space Weather and Global Policy
In the latest episode of its Centennial series, AGU’s Third Pod from the Sun talks space weather and its influence on global policy with Delores Knipp.
When Floods Cross Borders, Satellite Data Can Help
With so many eyes in the sky, residents living downstream from dams now have many ways to see—and prepare for—potential dangers.
A City’s Challenge of Dealing with Sea Level Rise
A well-developed case study in Ho-Chi Min City, Vietnam, exemplifies how other mega-cities located on deltas could face the major challenge of adapting to rising sea-level.