AGU Virtual Poster Showcase Winner with Marlene Vargas-Sanchez, master’s student in earth science at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.
Paths Through Science Interview for AGU's Centennial with Carolyn Brinkworth, Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research
AGU Virtual Poster Showcase Winner Interview with Samuele Papeschi, recent Ph.D. graduate from Pisa, Italy.
AGU Virtual Poster Showcase Winner Interview with Babak Fard, doctorate student at Northeastern University.
Paths Through Science Interview for AGU's Centennial with Amy Keesee, Associate Professor, University of New Hampshire, Department of Physics and Space Science Center.
AGU Virtual Poster Showcase Winner Interview with Amanda Gerotto, PhD student at the Oceanographic Institute at the University of Sao Paulo.
AGU Virtual Poster Showcase Winner Interview with Trista McKenzie, doctorate student, at the University of Hawaii, Manoa
AGU Virtual Poster Showcase Winner Stephanie Schneider, doctorate student at the University of Toronto
AGU Virtual Poster Showcase Winner Interview with Zenja Seitzinger, studying geology, at SUNY Geneseo
AGU Virtual Poster Showcase Winner Interview of Prudence Crawmer, studying Environmental Studies and Geography, at Pikes Peak Community College
Paths Through Science Interview for Earth Day and AGU's Centennial with Ben Mapani, Associate Professor of Geology, University of Namibia
Paths Through Science interview for Earth Day and AGU's Centennial with Marlene Kaplan, Deputy Undersecretary for Operations, NOAA
Paths Through Science Interview for Earth Day and AGU's Centennial with Silvia Peppoloni, Researcher, International Association for Promoting Geoethics
Paths Through Science Centennial/Earth Day interview with Toni Morelli, USGS Research Ecologist, DOI Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center by Sharon Rauch
James Butler has studied atmospheric chemistry, ozone depletion for over thirty years. Now, as the Director of NOAA’s global monitoring, he helps direct research into the hole in the ozone layer and climate change. He knows firsthand that we have...
As a mission scientist with NASA's Operation IceBridge, John Sonntag has been keeping an eye on the polar ice caps for the better part of 20 years. The good news is, he is very well-versed in the science and analysis...