The Earth and Space Science News Magazine (Vol 101, No. 3) is now available for perusal. In this issue topics discussed include climate model collaboration, diagnosing the Twaithes glacier, coastal carbon, climate warming, farming and landslides in Peruvian deserts, storing water using Pre-Inca canal system and ocean maps.
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In browsing, the current issue of the EOS Earth and Space Science News magazine (Volume 98 Issue 2) I came across an article detailing the NASA Flood Response Workshop, which was held in Greenbelt, Maryland, from 14 – 16 June, 2016.
Bringing together a unique group of seventy (70) persons from a variety of organizations such as government agencies, academia, non-governmental agencies, the private sector, as well as, aid organizations, the workshop held by the NASA’s Applied Sciences Disasters Program, was seen as an opportunity for “unique and successful dialogue” (EOS, 8) among the relevant stakeholders including persons from organizations interested in capacity building and flood response.
Previous articles are also available in the archives section.
However, to view issues of Eos from 1997 through 2014, please visit Wiley Online Library. Older issues are available through an institutional subscription to AGU’s backfile or for AGU members by logging in to AGU.
Staff now have access to the EOS Earth & Space Science magazine published by the American Geophysical Union (AGU). In this magazine one can find topics that relate to volcanic eruptions simulations, greenhouse gases, climate, California’s drought, geomagnetic storms, solar winds, White House science fair, NASA and life beyond earth, power plant regulation, altimetry echoes in the ocean, aquifers and pollution, cloud and climate modeling and American Geophysical Union (AGU) news.
In the latest issue, shown below topics discussed include mercury and the ocean, Nepal earthquake, disaster preparedness, natural gas flares, oil production, climate change, ozone layer, connecting the tropics and polar regions, as well as, American Geophysical Union (AGU) news.
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