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Open Access (OA) refers to journal articles and other published materials that are distributed online and are completely free to access by the reader. The costs of publication are borne by the author(s) or their funder(s) through a publication fee rather than readers or institutions through either a subscription or pay-to-view charges. This business model was the spark for a larger movement towards greater access and transparency of scientific research.
AGU is a proud supporter of open science, which seeks to make scientific research more accessible to all. As part of this commitment we are increasing access to our published content via Open Access and other means.
AGU has 5 fully Open Access journals: AGU Advances, the Earth’s Future, Earth and Space Science, GeoHealth, and Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems. Space Weather will become open access in January 2020.
AGU has 16 hybrid journals where readers will find some articles available via Open Access while others will be behind a paywall unless their institution has a subscription.
We are pleased to announce that AGU will publish its first Open Access book in early 2020.
Many funders and institutions now completely cover or take advantage of discounts on open access author publishing charges in AGU journals through accounts with our publishing partner, Wiley. These instances may apply to any author while others apply only for the corresponding author of the paper. Find out if your institution has an account.
AGU through Wiley offers discounts or waivers on fees from authors under particular circumstances and from certain countries. Specific information can be found here.
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