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.
High-precision airborne measurements, in combination with atmospheric modeling, suggest that the Katla subglacial caldera may be one of the planet’s biggest sources of volcanic carbon dioxide.Read More »
The second-generation Antarctic Digital Magnetic Anomaly Project offers a powerful new tool for probing the structure and evolution of the southernmost continent’s lithosphere.Read More »Geology & Geophysics
Funding will enable activities worldwide run by scientists and institutions that will inspire the world and the science community for the next 100 years of discoveries, innovations, and solutions.Read More »Geology & Geophysics
For the next 18 months, AGU will amplify stories of achievement in the Earth and space sciences, build connections with society, and mobilize scientists to communicate their science.Read More »Climate Change