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  • Paleoceanography ranks first in Paleontology since 1995, with an Impact Factor of 3.626.
  • Geophysical Research Letters and JGR–Atmospheres rank in the top 10 of most highly cited publications on climate change.

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AGU publishes highly respected, peer-reviewed scientific journals, a member newspaper, and award-winning books. AGU publications cover research in the Earth and space sciences…on land, under the sea, and in the air…animal, rock, or mineral…from the fossils of the past to today's latest discoveries and into the future with forecast modeling.

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Paleoceanography and Reviews of Geophysics Rank #1

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Paleoceanography ranks first in Paleontology since 1995, and Reviews of Geophysics ranks first in “Geochemistry and Geophysics” since 1998 (Journal Citation Reports® 2008).

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AGU Journals Among Most Cited Publications in Climate Change Research

Geophysical Research Letters and Journal of Geophysical Research-Atmospheres both ranked among the top 10 of the most highly cited research publications on climate change over the past decade…AGU Journals Among Most Cited

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AGU's weekly newspaper for geophysicists. Eos carries articles on recent research, news, meeting reports, employment opportunities, announcements of grants and fellowships, and AGU activities.



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Extraordinary uplift of Yellowstone caldera

A modeling study shows that an expanding magma reservoir below Yellowstone caldera contributed to a recent episode of extraordinary uplift. Heat flow from the magma reservoir also drives geysers, such as Yellowstone's Castle geyser, shown here.

Photo credit: National Park Service

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Range and Richness of Vascular Land Plants: The Role of Variable Light

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