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14 March 2022

New books on Congo Basin hydrology research embody AGU’s strategic goals

AGU announces a pair of books produced through an impressive, global collaboration that exemplifies the values in AGU’s strategic plan to create a thriving, sustainable and equitable future supported by scientific discovery, innovation and action.

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7 February 2022

Recent AGU publications updates help authors and expand open access

We are pleased to share an update on our ongoing efforts to make it more rewarding to publish your research with AGU.  

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1 January 2022

New member benefit: Full-text access across all AGU journals

AGU members will soon have access to the full text of all AGU subscription journals, amounting to thousands of cutting-edge papers each year spanning the Earth and space sciences.

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29 July 2021

AGU suggests improvements to federal scientific integrity structure

On 28 July 2021, AGU submitted comments to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP)’s Request for Information to Improve Federal Scientific Integrity Policies.

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12 May 2021

AGU announces update to its name change policy

AGU is pleased to announce an update to its corrections policy to allow for more flexibility around author name changes in our publications to better align with our values of diversity, equity and inclusion.

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26 April 2021

Next Steps in the Growth of ESSOAr

Seven societies, including AGU, are joining together to further enable open science by officially participating in the governance and continued development of ESSOAr.org, the Earth and Space Open Archive.

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23 December 2020

Sharing your #AGU20 presentations on ESSOAr.org

One way you can share your #AGU20 presentations is on the Earth and Space Science Open Archive (ESSOAr.org), a preprint and meeting presentation server led by AGU and other scholarly societies.

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16 December 2020

What to watch on the final day of #AGU20

We can’t believe it – tomorrow is the final day of #AGU20 live events.

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24 November 2020

Announcing Four New AGU Journal Editors in Chief

Thanks to our journals’ editorial boards for maintaining AGU’s reputation for having the highest quality standards, we are a leading publisher in the scientific community that promotes best practices in scholarly publishing.

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23 October 2020

NSF grant takes AGU’s data and publishing practices to the next level

AGU has received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) building on our work around open data sharing in the Earth, space and environmental sciences.

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29 June 2020

AGU journal GeoHealth continues its healthy growth

We are excited to share that GeoHealth, AGU’s gold open access journal covering the increasingly important intersection among the Earth, environmental and health sciences, has crossed several important milestones recently.

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29 January 2020

AGU’s Digital Library is now live for members

During pre-Fall Meeting #AGU19, AGU announced that we would make our Digital Library an added benefit of individual membership, effective January 2020.

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19 December 2019

Supporting All Authors through Openness and Integrity

As we mentioned previously, AGU remains committed and has taken numerous actions to show our strong support for open access, including:

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18 December 2019

AGU Celebrates Open Science and Open Access

Last week, AGU hosted another successful Fall Meeting in San Francisco. Our community celebrated its Centennial year and had thoughtful, productive discussions about the future of science and inspiring the next 100 years of innovation and discovery.

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17 October 2019

AGU’s October Board Meeting: A Report from the Crow’s Nest

As a former sea-going scientist, I was reminded during the recent AGU Board meeting (2-4 October) about the distinct roles played by a ship’s crew and the scientific party. The scientific party, much like the AGU Council, is responsible for thinking about how best to advance scientific research. They consider what types of collaborations, instrumentation, and data are needed to achieve such goals, as well as the best sites for …

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25 September 2019

AGU’s Journal Space Weather to Become Open Access

As we celebrate our Centennial year, AGU strives to promote and support the Earth and space sciences, and this includes increasing access to journal content. Starting 17 October, the AGU journal Space Weather: The International Journal of Research and Applications (SWE), devoted to the understanding and forecasting of space weather, will transition to an open access model with all articles accepted after that date accessible free of charge to readers. Space …

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23 April 2019

Continuing AGU’s Legacy in Publishing: AGU Advances’ New Editor in Chief

Last August, I announced the launch of AGU Advances, a new gold open access publication that will enhance our well-respected portfolio of journals by featuring cutting-edge scientific research. I am proud to announce that Susan Trumbore will serve as the inaugural editor in chief of AGU Advances. Trumbore is director of the Department of Biogeochemical Processes at the Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry in Jena, Germany. She also holds a …

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22 August 2018

AGU Launches Influential New Journal: AGU Advances

We are proud to announce that AGU is adding a new title to complement our distinguished portfolio of well-respected journals, AGU Advances. AGU Advances will be an influential and highly selective “gold” open access journal for the Earth and space science community. How AGU Advances Is Different AGU Advances will focus on publishing seminal research from across the Earth and space sciences and related interdisciplinary fields that has broad and …

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22 June 2018

How can we make hydrogeology free from plagiarism? Reflections five years after a documented case of plagiarism in the hydrologic sciences

Tom Gleeson and Matt Currell Plagiarism is a clear contradiction of scientific values and practice. Although no universal definition of plagiarism exists, a useful working definition is the wrongful appropriation, stealing and publication of another author’s language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions and the representation of them as one’s own original work (wikipedia). Plagiarism in our digital world can be too easy – although journals have stepped up on electronically detecting …

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23 April 2018

A Call to Arms: Geoscientists and Global Health

April 7, 2018 marked the 70th anniversary of World Health Day, and the first week of April was Public Health week in the U.S., which I celebrated with by releasing a report on the impacts of climate change on the present and future health of Hoosiers (i.e., people from the U.S. State of Indiana). From the global to the local, April was a good time to think about health in …

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