WASHINGTON — Since 1919, the American Geophysical Union has dedicated itself to the advancement and of earth and space science, and helping to communicate its value to the public. It currently consists of more than 60,000 member scientists, and since the 1990s has been headquartered on Florida Ave., Washington D.C., in the tony Dupont Circle neighborhood. While the Union’s headquarters was cutting-edge when built, many of its mechanical and electrical systems have reached the ...

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