AGU publishes books on topics across the Earth and space sciences. These include edited volumes, reference works, and advanced textbooks written by leading researchers from around the world.
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Geophysical Monograph Series – This series publishes monographic works and compilations of papers on a single topic, spanning all scientific areas in the Earth and space sciences, and frequently focusing on multidisciplinary issues.
Special Publications – This series has a special focus on works for science policy designers, industry professionals, students, or the educated public. It also includes volumes relevant across the geosciences on topics such as careers, workforce issues and education.
Advanced Textbook Series – This series presents textbooks for advanced undergraduate and graduate level. Covering topics across the breadth of Earth, environmental, and planetary sciences, the texts contain a variety of learning materials to support teaching and coursework.
Archive Series – Check out our archived series from over the years, including reference books, research compilations, field guides, teaching resources, and series focused on particular disciplines.
Interviews with book editors and authors
AGU Member Benefits
AGU members receive 35% off all books at Wiley.com. Use promo code AGUME at checkout.
E-books from the back catalog are made available to AGU members. Log in via your AGU member profile to access the complimentary e-book. The complimentary e-books for 2022 are:
- January to March - Kuroshio Current: Physical, Biogeochemical, and Ecosystem Dynamics
- April to June - Submarine Landslides: Subaqueous Mass Transport Deposits from Outcrops to Seismic Profiles
- July to September - Geomagnetically Induced Currents from the Sun to the Power Grid
- October to December - Ore Deposits: Origin, Exploration and Exploitation