Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, 2021 Edition, Is Now Available
Richard Fienberg American Astronomical Society (AAS)
As a benefit of belonging to the AAS, members are eligible to enjoy a 30% savings when purchasing new editions of the Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics and/or the Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences.
The Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences, in publication since 1973, covers significant developments in all areas of Earth and planetary sciences, from climate, environment, and geological hazards to the formation of planets and the evolution of life.
The 2021 edition, Vol. 49, edited by Katherine H. Freeman (Pennsylvania State University) and Raymond Jeanloz (University of California, Berkeley), is now available online and in print. Articles in this latest volume of particular interest to planetary scientists include these:
- "Atmospheric Loss to Space and the History of Water on Mars" by Bruce M. Jakosky;
- "Contemporary Liquid Water on Mars?" by James J. Wray;
- "Geologically Diverse Pluto and Charon: Implications for the Dwarf Planets of the Kuiper Belt" by Jeffrey M. Moore and William B. McKinnon;
- "Titan's Interior Structure and Dynamics After the Cassini-Huygens Mission" by Christophe Sotin, Klára Kalousová, and Gabriel Tobie; and
- "A 2020 Observational Perspective of Io" by Imke de Pater, James T. Keane, Katherine de Kleer, and Ashley Gerard Davies.
To take advantage of the 30% discount for AAS members, log in to the AAS website (if you're not already logged in), visit our Annual Reviews page, download the special order form you'll find there, then place your order directly with Annual Reviews.
Note: The 2021 edition of Annual Review of Astronomy and Astrophysics will be published in November, but you can pre-order it now if you wish using the same order form.