May 2019 Ocean Interactions

100 Years of AGU: Ocean Interactions

2019 marks AGU's Centennial year, a milestone representing the innovation, discovery, connections, and solutions in Earth and space science over the past century and the progress to come. Through each Centennial month, AGU will celebrate a different broad science and this page will serve as a hub to centralize the past, present, and future innovations of that featured science, as well as showing the stories of the humans behind the science. This month the celebration spotlights AGU research contributions and stories that involve ocean interactions and cryospheric sciences.

Path Through Science

Meet Chelle Gentemann, an expert in remote sensing of sea surface temperature.

science At Glacier's Edge

In this episode of 3rd Pod from the Sun,  listen to oceanographer David Sutherland describe his experiences at Le Conte glacier, the southernmost tidewater glacier in the northern hemisphere.


Why are some icebergs green?

Researchers have proposed a new idea that may explain why some Antarctic icebergs are tinged emerald green rather than the normal blue, potentially solving a decades-long scientific mystery.

Ocean and Cryospheric Sciences: Reflections From the Field

Eos: Earth's Ripple Effect

Fast-Melting Mountain Glaciers Speed Up Sea Level Rise