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06/14/2024

Ocean depths are far from silent voids; they are actually alive with noises from volcanoes, whales and fish, marine traffic, and more. However, the technology to record and interpret the ocean soundscape did not exist—until recently.🐳

Learn more in the AGU book "Noisy Oceans: Monitoring Seismic and Acoustic Signals in the Marine Environment": http://lite.spr.ly/6009BysU



📸: USGS

06/14/2024

📢Call for Papers!📢

An special collection welcomes submissions on the Arctic Ocean’s main dynamical sea-ice and ocean circulation system: the Beaufort Gyre system. 🧊

Learn about the collection and how to submit: http://lite.spr.ly/6005Bysl

06/14/2024

🚨 There's still time to register for the Water Science Conference 2024 !🚨

💦Meet leading experts in the water community and immerse yourself in cutting-edge scientific sessions and hands-on workshops.

Join us in St. Paul, MN, 24-27 June.

👉 REGISTER TODAY: http://lite.spr.ly/6003Byav

06/14/2024

AGU and The Geological Society seek proposals for GeoHorizons, a new open access book series focused on solution-based science.

Why publish a GeoHorizons book?

📚 Accessible to anyone with an internet connection
📚 Visible to more readers than non-open access books
📚 Engagement with content via Creative Commons License
📚 Compliance with all major funder open access mandates

👉 Submit your proposal today! http://lite.spr.ly/6007BH2D 👈

06/14/2024

🚀 Don't miss out! Applications are still open for NSF-funded travel grants to attend .

✨ Faculty from ERIs, MSIs, and 2YCs, this is your chance! Grant recipients will receive a $1700 stipend.

👉 Learn more and apply today: http://lite.spr.ly/6009BH4h

06/14/2024

Interested in the latest ocean science? AGU’s JGR: Oceans publishes research that advances our understanding of the oceans, their processes, and their interactions with other components of the Earth system.🌊

Check out recent articles and learn how to submit: http://lite.spr.ly/6001Bys9

Antarctic Ice Doughnuts May Hold the Key to Shelf Collapse - Eos 06/13/2024

An extra winter on the ice devoured most of the team’s monitoring equipment. But a time-lapse camera survived and, with it, the first direct observations of ring fractures.

Antarctic Ice Doughnuts May Hold the Key to Shelf Collapse - Eos The first direct record of ring fractures in Antarctic ice shows how the phenomenon could cause rapid ice shelf collapse.

Toxic Ethylene Oxide May Exceed Safe Levels in Cancer Alley - Eos 06/13/2024

Levels of ethylene oxide, a toxic chemical known to cause certain cancers, are up to 10 times higher than EPA estimates in southern Louisiana, according to a new study.

Toxic Ethylene Oxide May Exceed Safe Levels in Cancer Alley - Eos Concentrations of the cancer-causing chemical far surpass EPA threshold levels for safety in southeastern Louisiana.

06/13/2024

The pursuit of production is imperative and requires new partnerships across the boundaries of disciplines, sectors and nations. 🌾

A new cross-journal special collection welcomes research that showcases collaborations for sustainable agriculture, including local farm initiatives, regional strategies, watershed management, or global perspectives. 🌎

Learn how to submit: http://lite.spr.ly/6000ByAs

06/13/2024

AGU is seeking board members for a new Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility Reviewer Board (DRB) to support peer review of manuscripts related to DEIA issues as they relate to the Earth and space sciences.

👉Interested? Submit your application by completing the Statement of Interest Form by 30 June 2024. 👉http://lite.spr.ly/6009ByEh

06/12/2024

🍂 What Leaves Leave When Leaves Leave Trees?🤔

While this may sound like the title of a Dr. Seuss book, it’s a new special collection open for submissions in JGR: Biogeosciences!

The editors welcome research that quantifies the breakdown and loss of organic matter and nutrients from leaves, needles, and grasses through a variety of natural processes, and investigates the processes, fates, and impacts of these released materials.

Learn more about how to submit: http://lite.spr.ly/6005ByfB

🎨: Olivia Ambrogio

06/12/2024

📢 Calling Students & Early-Career Researchers📢 

Don't miss our workshop tomorrow where you'll learn about the principles of open science, data, and software, as well as the benefits open practices can have on your research career and society. 🌏

http://lite.spr.ly/6004BHNA


06/11/2024

⏰DEADLINE EXTENDED⏰ Are you a well-organized radio science scientist with high editorial standards and strong leadership skills? This is your chance to shape the scientific quality of research published in an AGU Journal!

👉 Apply to be an Editor-in-Chief for Radio Science by 1 July: http://lite.spr.ly/6007BySh

06/11/2024

⏰DEADLINE EXTENDED⏰ Are you a well-organized scientist with high editorial standards and strong leadership skills? This is your chance to shape the scientific quality of research published in an AGU Journal!

👉 Apply to be an Editor-in-Chief for JGR: Earth’s Surface by 1 July: http://lite.spr.ly/6003Bysc

06/11/2024

🚨 Applications are now open for an NSF-funded travel grant that will support up to 50 early-to-mid career faculty from under-resourced U.S. undergraduate-focused institutions to attend the AGU24 Annual Meeting.

📅 Review of applications will begin on 9 July.

👉 Learn more and apply today: http://lite.spr.ly/6005BH4f

How Tiny Cracks Lead to Large-Scale Faults - Eos 06/11/2024

New research in G-Cubed combines experimental observations with computational modeling to investigate how tiny imperfections in Earth’s crust can develop into large-scale faults.

How Tiny Cracks Lead to Large-Scale Faults - Eos Researchers could soon gain new insights into fault development in Earth’s brittle crust, thanks to a computational approach that harnesses experimental observations of microscale rock damage.

06/10/2024

🚨 There's still time to register for the Water Science Conference 2024 !🚨

💦Meet leading experts in the water community and immerse yourself in cutting-edge scientific sessions and hands-on workshops.

Join us in St. Paul, MN, 24-27 June.

👉 REGISTER TODAY: http://lite.spr.ly/6003Byav

06/10/2024

One of the most compelling ways to captivate an audience is to tell them a story—whether that audience is in a lecture hall, the halls of Congress or a job interview. Register for a free virtual workshop on Science Storytelling on 13 June at 2 PM ET👉 http://lite.spr.ly/6009BEm7

06/10/2024

📢 Calling Students & Early-Career Researchers📢 

Join our workshop on Thursday, 13 June to learn about the principles of open science, data, and software, as well as the benefits open practices can have on your research career and society. 🌏

http://lite.spr.ly/6004BHNA


Finally, Hawaii Gets Its Own Climate Divisions - Eos 06/08/2024

Unlike the other 49 U.S. states, Hawaii didn’t have official climate divisions…until now.

Finally, Hawaii Gets Its Own Climate Divisions - Eos Researchers have analyzed precipitation patterns in the 50th state to define a long-overdue data set that brings Hawaii into the fold of modern-day climate analyses.

06/07/2024

🌎 AGU publishes ground-breaking, exciting, and relevant research across the Earth and space sciences. ✨

🔬Check out the latest features from AGU's journals and books, as well as news, updates, and announcements from AGU Publications: www.agu.org/publications/features

06/07/2024

🌱 We recently enjoyed a visit from SmithGroup interns who toured AGU's net-zero HQ in Washington, D.C.

🌍 Curious about the sustainable systems running our HQ building or its unique history?

🏢 Book your in-person or virtual tour today: http://lite.spr.ly/6008BH4e

How Soil Symbionts Could Unlock Climate-Smart Agriculture - Eos 06/07/2024

Optimizing crop biology for better nutrient uptake is a promising, but underappreciated, solution for reducing fertilizer dependence and improving food security, writes Uta Paszkowski in

How Soil Symbionts Could Unlock Climate-Smart Agriculture - Eos By tracing the evolutionary history of beneficial soil microbes, scientists hope to unearth a sustainable solution for producing food to feed a growing global population.

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