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AGU Membership includes free access to the Eos archives, a free quarterly e-book, and the AGU Digital Library which includes all digitized journal content through 1996. Additionally, AGU Members have access to Geofacets, a geoscience solution from Elsevier that allows users to seamlessly search and integrate georeferenced maps from trusted sources.
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Eos Archives-AGU Members can access all digitally accessible back issues of Eos magazine.
Now Free! AGU Digital Library-As of 2020, AGU Members can now freely access all digital AGU journal content through 1996, in addition to content starting in 1997 which is already available for free access 2 years after the publication date.
Quarterly e-Book-AGU Members are provided access to a free e-Book, rotating on a quarterly basis.
Geofacets is a geoscience solution from Elsevier that allows users to seamlessly search and integrate georeferenced maps from trusted sources.
AGU members receive free access to a special Millennium Edition of Geofacets, featuring more than 80,000 downloadable maps published from 2000-present from select AGU journals.
Learn how to get started with Geofacets [PDF] or watch one of the videos about using Geofacets.
Log in with your AGU member information to receive free access to Geofacets.
Geofacets data gives details about the structure, properties, composition, and evolution of Earth surfaces. It saves scientists time in searching for and georeferencing AGU maps for research or exploration purposes.
Geofacets helps researchers make better interpretations and more informed decisions about geologic conditions of multiple areas, protecting public safety. Maps can be downloaded and seamlessly integrated into GIS, and modelling and presentation software, such as Google Earth and PowerPoint.