Welcome to JGR III: The President's Page


  • H. E. Landsberg


Scientific societies are generally staid and conservative. When progress makes changes inevitable, the circumstances are more often than not met by spawning a new society. Adaptation by internal change is not the rule. AGU fortunately is an exception, albeit an occasionally reluctant one. Yet the organization has shown notable flexibility in adapting to new challenges. Our constantly evolving section structure is a good example.