The digital copy of the EOS Earth & Space Science News magazine (Volume 98 Issue 12) for December 2019, from the American Geophysical Union (AGU), is now available for perusal.
Topics discussed in this issue include geodata; geologic risks, forced displacement and natural disasters; machine learning and fault behaviour; citizen science; deep carbon; climate sensitivity; “living bridge” monitors the environment and other related AGU news.
Persons wishing to view this issue can visit me at my desk or send me an email.
The newest issue of the AGU’s Earth and Space Science News (Volume 99 No. 6) for June, 2018 is now available for viewing. This issue includes topics such as an early cholera warning system, stratospheric warming effect on the atmosphere, playing and geosciences, oils spill response and risks, United Nations’ 2030 Global Vision, climate models and soil respiration.
Persons wishing to view a copy of this magazine can email me or visit me at my desk.
To celebrate World Environment Day, which is celebrated on June 5th, Wiley has made available a wide range of journal articles (free to read for two weeks) on topics such as environment, water, water resources, groundwater, irrigation and drainage, sustainability, restoration and remediation.
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