I just returned from San Francisco where I spent a week at the American Geophysical Union’s fall meeting. With more than 21,000 attendees and tens of thousands of posters and talks, there’s never a shortage of things to see, just a shortage of time to see it all. I did a bit of blogging for What on Earth  this year. Links below:

How Satellites Can Fill the Gaps in Air Quality Maps
Airborne Particles a Threat to Himalayan Glaciers
Dust Storm Triggered Phytoplankton Blooms in the South China Sea
New Project Aims to Predict South Asian Floods
How Shifting Storm Tracks Are Amplifying Climate Change
What Would Pristine Air Mean for the Climate?