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AGU strives to be a valuable resource to you and everyone in the global Earth and space science community. Our new digital experience is intended to help you:

  • Discover critical information and make connections to learn, publish, share knowledge, engage, and grow professionally
  • Benefit from a network of researchers, educators, and partner organizations that fosters dialogue and collaboration within the community and throughout society

While we develop this new experience, portions of the previous website will remain accessible as needed. As the year unfolds, and the new experience becomes more complete, much of the older content will be removed or archived.


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We want your input!

Email us anytime with your ongoing feedback to help us to improve this experience. Let us know if you’d like to join our Beta Team and be among the first to see, help shape, and test new features and content in development.

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Current highlights

What you see now is the new AGU experience. We are continuously adding new content and improving features to make an experience that works for you. Your feedback and recommendations have already played a big role in helping us to create the best digital experience. Throughout the next year, we're going to be continuously improving the following new features: Channels, Search, and Profiles. Read more about features and highlights on the site below. 
  • 1
    Search integrated content from across AGU. For the first time content from our publications, meetings, Eos, the Blogosphere, AGU news and people can be found in one place. This integration is a big step forward, but also a first step. Our search utility has a lot to learn and we'll be refining it over time.
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    Explore our site based on your interests and needs: learn about Fall Meeting, share and advocate for science, learn and develop your career, and publish with AGU.
  • 3
    Take care of business with AGU quickly and easily. Become a member, renew your membership, and give to the initiatives you care about with just a few simple clicks.
  • 4
    Create a Profile. Registered users are on our site can discover science published with AGU, view their AGU honors and volunteer history in one place, and choose to share other information about themselves with other users. 
  • 5
    We’ve pulled together channels that will feed a fresh stream of science and news by drawing on our newly integrated content. These channels will be organized to present information about each of the major disciplines of Earth and space science, as well as the latest news. Create your own channels.
  • 6
    Fall Meeting. For many years, we’ve heard some great ideas about how we could help you plan for your meetings and find your way around, recognize trends, and collaborate with others. We are eager to implement those ideas and keep iterating as this year's meeting takes shape.
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    Coming Soon: Personalized email communications. Tell us about your interests and preferences and we’ll do our best to serve you how and where you want.  
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FAQs: How do I access the member directory?

The AGU Member Directory has changed. There are now two options for finding people in the Earth and space science community.

If you go to the top of the screen and use the magnifying glass search icon, you can search for someone directly. This search will show you all information that is public knowledge about a member, and any personal information they have chosen to share.

Public information includes name, organization, publications, meeting abstracts, AGU volunteer experience, and AGU honors received. Personal information includes email, phone, address, bio, demographics, etc. This information is private by default and will only show up if a member has chosen to share it publicly.

In the near future, we will also include an option for you to send them a personal email through an anonymous email link that will allow you to reach out to them directly without compromising personal information.

Visit to search and browse through other members of the Earth and space community and reach out to them through an anonymized email client that will preserve their privacy. How much basic data you are able to see about someone will be modified based on whether you are a member of AGU.

FAQs: How do I renew my membership on the new site?

Membership renewal is simple: Just click on “Renew” at the top of the homepage to login and access your profile to renew.

If you’re logged in already, you may not see "Renew." Click on the three horizontal lines, then click your name at the top to get to the renewal options.

Technical releases and bug fixes on

Check back here to see what new features and bug fixes were released on We’ll keep a list here.

Please note that our site runs best on the following operating systems/browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Edge. If you experience an issue in another browser we encourage you to try a recommended browser. Let us know if you have feedback or to report other issues.