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GeoHorizons: Earth, space, and planetary research for a sustainable future

GeoHorizons is a new book series published jointly by the American Geophysical Union and the Geological Society. The series focus is on solution-based science that addresses the many challenges facing humanity and the environment, especially those related to climate change and sustainable development.

The series is committed to the principles of open science. Volumes will be published Open Access, with hybrid routes to publication available on a case-by-case basis.

Propose a volume: AGU and the Geological Society are now welcoming proposals for the new series.

If you are interested in proposing a volume for this new series, please submit a Word document with the following information:

  • Title
  • Editor names, contact details and affiliations
  • A brief description of the aims of the book, including how this meets the scope of the series
  • A list of paper/chapter titles and authors
  • A list of competing works, in preparation or published
  • Estimated timeline for submission of content
  • Three suggested proposal reviewers
  • Confirmation of Open Access funds and provisional funder information

Please download the proposal form for further guidelines. Proposals will be considered by the AGU Books Editorial Board and the Geological Society Books Editorial Committee.

Proposals are welcomed from scientists across demographics, geographic locations, professional backgrounds, and career stages. Visit our Open Access Guidance for Book Editors and Authors webpage for further information.

If you would like to discuss an idea for a book or to submit a proposal, please contact David Boyt (, Head of Editorial Development, or Caroline Astley (, Commissioning Editor, at the Geological Society.