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Commentaries on Climate

Last updated:
6 October 2017

This collection of climate commentaries features significant research, current research trends, and science policy related to climate. They are invited by the editors of AGU journals and each commentary is freely available.

Commentaries on Space Weather and Space Physics

Last updated:
6 October 2017
This collection of commentaries highlights significant research, current trends, and policy issues related to space weather, radio science, and space physics. They are invited by the editors of AGU journals, and each commentary is freely available.

Commentaries in GeoHealth

Last updated:
27 September 2017

This collection of commentaries reflects the interface among the Earth, atmospheric, oceans and environmental sciences, ecology, and the agricultural and health sciences. They are invited by the editors of AGU journals and each commentary is freely available.

Commentaries on Planetary Science

Last updated:
22 September 2017

This collection of commentaries highlights significant research, current trends, science policy related to planetary science. They are invited by the editors of AGU journals and each commentary is freely available.

Commentaries on Solid Earth

Last updated:
21 September 2017

This collection of commentaries highlights significant research, current trends, science policy related to physics and chemistry of the solid Earth and the liquid core of the Earth, geomagnetism, paleomagnetism, marine geology/geophysics, chemistry and physics of minerals, rocks, volcanology, seismology, geodesy, gravity, and tectonophysics. They are invited by the editors of AGU journals and each commentary is freely available

Commentaries in Ocean Sciences

Last updated:
29 August 2017
This collection of oceans commentaries reflects significant research and current research trends related to marine science. They are invited by the editors of AGU journals and each commentary is freely available.

Commentaries on Hydrology and Earth Surface

Last updated:
7 August 2017

This collection of commentaries highlights the role of water in the physical, chemical, biological, and ecological sciences and includes content on public health and related social and policy sciences. It also includes the physical, chemical, and biological processes that affect the form and function of the surface of the solid Earth over all temporal and spatial scales. They are invited by the editors of AGU journals and each commentary is freely available. Additional hydrology related commentaries are published as a debate series in Water Resources Research. See debates on "Stochastic subsurface hydrology from theory to practice," "The future of hydrological sciences: A (common) path forward?" and "Perspectives on Socio-Hydrology."

Commentaries on Societal Issues and Science Policy

Last updated:
19 July 2017

This collection of commentaries highlights societal issues and science policy in the Earth and space sciences. They are invited by the editors of AGU journals and each commentary is freely available.

Commentaries in Atmospheric Sciences

Last updated:
29 June 2017

This collection of commentaries features discussions that interpret the understanding of atmospheric properties and processes, including the interaction of the atmosphere with other components of the Earth system. They are invited by the editors of AGU journals and each commentary is freely available

Earth and Space Science is Essential for Society

This special collection presents a series of commentaries from across AGU's journals explaining and illustrating the relevance of Earth and space science research for the benefit of humanity--a key part of AGU's mission. The commentaries show how data, models, and understanding across a range of topics have broad applications, and provide economic and societal benefits. The context for this special collection and some of the common themes are further discussed in an Editors' Vox and an AGU press release. Together, these commentaries demonstrate that Earth and space science is essential for society.