The Atmospheric Sciences Section studies the physics, chemistry, and dynamics of the atmosphere, particularly the two layers closest to Earth’s surface, the stratosphere and troposphere. These layers are crucial to life because they regulate the planetary surface temperature, play an integral role in the world’s water cycle, and screen the planet from high-energy radiation.
Assistant Professor Ángel Adames-Corraliza (University of Michigan CLaSP) was the 2018 recipient of the James […]
As AGU’s Centennial is approaching and we look beyond, the strong commitment of AGU members […]
“Snapshots taken at the 2016 AGU AS Awards Banquet” To all who attended the 2016 […]