Snowy ridgeline just east of Ouray, Colorado. Photo by Vince Cronin.
The American Geophysical Union is the largest organization of Earth and space scientists in the world, with more than 65,000 members. AGU has articulated a minimal set of standards that geoscientists are required to meet in order to be members of AGU or participants in AGU activities.
Members of the Baylor Geosciences Department, as part of the international geoscience community, are expected to abide by the AGU Scientific Integrity and Professional Ethics Policy to the extent that it does not conflict with Baylor University's nondiscrimination policies and statements (e.g., https://www.baylor.edu/bupp/doc.php/281653.pdf and https://www.baylor.edu/student_policies/index.php?id=22176).
The AGU Scientific Integrity and Professional Ethics Policy is available online at ethics.agu.org/files/2013/03/Scientific-Integrity-and-Professional-Ethics.pdf.
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