American Geophysical Union


American Geophysical Union
American Geophysical Union is listed in the Public Relations Counselors category in Washington, District of Columbia. Displayed below are the social networks for American Geophysical Union which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Geophysical Union on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

Contact information for American Geophysical Union is:
2000 Florida Ave NW
Washington, DC 20009
(202) 462-6900
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.@callanbentley answers more of your science questions! Got a ? submit here: #AGUblogs

RT @AGU_Eos Video from San Bernadino National Forest, triggered by intense rainfall events. @davepetley #AGUblogs

RT @AGU_Eos: @callanbentley asked one of the creators to share a bit of information about the series. #AGUblogs

#ICYMI: AGU has joined the @ScienceMarchDC as a partner. Learn more:

RT @AGU_Eos "This is the 21st century, and Astrology is so 11th century" by @wildweatherdan in #AGUblogs

In case you missed our announcement, AGU endorsed the March for Science and recently joined on as a partner. Learn more about our involvement: #ScienceisEssential

Conducting snowpack surveys helps state officials manage irrigation, reservoir operation, domestic water use, power generation, fisheries management, and flood control. These surveys require both on-the-ground and remote efforts, including using NASA satellites, university and government computer models, and ground-based snow sensor and survey data. Without even one of these components, we would have an incomplete picture of our state’s water resources, which in turn affects the people and industries who need to use water – namely, everyone in the state.
Everyone (in California, at least) has seen those clips that get run every winter of the snow surveys: people walking out into a white-blanketed...

Here we examine Landsat and Sentinel images from 1986-2016 to identify recent and potential future changes.
Shoup Glacier comparison in 1986 and 2016 Landsat images. The glacier retreated 1900 m in this interval. Red arrow is 1986 terminus, yellow arrow...

AGU sections and focus groups recognize outstanding work within their scientific field by awarding more than 60 awards and lectures annually. Nomination deadline: 15 April.
AGU has a diverse program for recognizing members and others who have made outstanding contributions to geophysical research, to community service,...

AGU and many other scientific societies and organizations recently joined the March for Science. Read more: