Fall Meeting . 9 – 13 ember Fall Meeting is e largest international Ear and space science meeting in e world. After two dynamic meetings in New Orleans and Washington, D.C., we return to e Moscone Center in San Francisco to celebrate e . Use e navigation options to view sessions organized by a particular section, format type, suggested itineraries and more. You can also use e online program to find sessions or presentations to add to your meeting itinerary. is year, e AGU Fall Meeting includes a mix of sessions optimized for a global virtual meeting. Customize your AGU online experience wi a Fall Meeting background! Use a different design for every session, change it up every day or pick your favorite for e duration of e meeting. Feel free to use ese for any video conference to show your excitement for AGU20. View e backgrounds. Check out e Scientific Program to see all accepted sessions and abstracts. Use e navigation options, i.e. sessions organized by a particular section, sessions co-sponsored by o er organizations, sessions co-organized wi one or more sections, sessions at will be webcast or o erwise available for ‘virtual’ viewing online, or sessions related to a particular AGU index term. AGU is committed to increasing e number and diversity of Ear and space scientists and is involved in a number of diversity initiatives. Programs for Undergraduate Students. AGU holds a special scientific session for undergraduate students at its annual Fall Meeting. O er Resources. AGU established a set of guidelines for scientific integrity and professional e ics [PDF] at govern e actions of members and our activities, including in e research and peer review processes of our scientific publications and meetings. Our policy takes a strong stance against harassment, discrimination, and bullying by including em in e definition of research misconduct. Photography and social media guidelines – AGU asks at participants at all AGU meetings, including Fall Meeting, observe ese guidelines for social media use and photography. Travel grants – Learn more about available financial assistance to U.S. and international early career scientists and students. 27, · Please join us for some special activities and events at we/o ers are planning for e Fall Meeting! (Fall Meeting Site) (Full Scientific Program) (SPA Section Block Schedule PDF)(Check back as we get closer to e meeting for more details). AGU has implemented an incentive program to increase AGU member donations and at e same time increase AGU's support of e sections. AS supports monetary ads for e AS Early Career Adees and travel to e AGU Fall meeting for AS students and early career members, especially ose from developing countries. 06, · Search your email for AGU Fall Meeting Abstract Status Notification,' sent around ober 5 ** e registration cost to attend e Fall meeting are reduced is year. is includes FREE registration for undergrads, and graduates can attend e whole meeting for $ 0. Apr 16, · By: Guy Brasseur, Fall Meeting Program Committee Chair. Sabine Stanley, Meetings Committee Chair. and Lauren Parr, Vice President, Meetings. We need your help for more session proposals!. While we’re pleased at e submissions so far seem to be outstanding, we still need your ideas for new subjects and ways to share your research wi our Ear and space science community at AGU Fall. Program Executive, Mission Operations Astrophysics & Heliophysics Division, SMD ember 18, Science Mission Directorate NASA HQ SMD Strategic Initiative for Scientific Data and Computing HPAC Fall Meeting . It is our intent to develop a 5-year strategy at has Science Mission Directorate Data and Computing AGU Fall Meeting . 18, · By Mat ew Giampoala, AGU’s vice president of publications Last week, AGU hosted ano er successful Fall Meeting in San Francisco. Our community celebrated its Centennial year and had oughtful, productive discussions about e future of science and inspiring e next 0 years of in ation and discovery. ICSE- will k e offering of e International Conference on Scour and Erosion. Conceived as a conference to bring researchers and practitioners from Geotechnical and Hydraulic Engineering toge er to tackle e complex challenges of scour and erosion, is conference strives to encourage interdisciplinary collaboration between ese two and o er related disciplines. 28, 2005 · • American Geophysical Union (AGU) (1993-present) o Editor, Ear and Space Science (-present) o Associate Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmosphere (-present) o Chair, AGU Atmospheric Science Program Committee AGU Fall Meeting (). • Invited presentation, AGU Fall Meeting (). Advanced Scientific Sensors and Systems S.r.l. 1529: Aeris Technologies, Inc. 1429: Aerodyne Research, Inc. 23: U.S. Department of Energy Biological and Environmental Research Program: 1517: U.S. EPA Air and Energy National Research Program: 415: About AGU About AGU About Fall Meeting Join e Conversation. Registration/Housing. e American Geophysical Union (AGU) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of Ear, atmospheric, ocean, hydrologic, space, and planetary scientists, consisting of over 62,000 members from 144 countries. AGU's activities are focused on e organization and dissemination of scientific information in e interdisciplinary and international fields wi in e Ear and space sciences. Campbell Scientific: 39: Canadian Science Publishing: 1436: Cell Press: 1408: Center for Transformative Environmental Sensing Programs: 209: China University of Geosciences (Beijing) 1344: China University of Geosciences (WUHAN) 1319: CHINESE ACADEMY OF METEOROLOGICAL SCIENCES: 1507: Circuit Breaker Labs: 420: Climate Science Legal Defense. concierge program overview e Concierge Program is meant to streamline e communications process for Section Leaders and provide a dedicated point of contact for all of your sections' activities. All requests for assistance and section-related questions should be sent to s [email protected] copy your sections' concierge representative (contact information below) on ose emails. Time: TBD Location: TBD Registration for e AGU Fall Meeting will open in . Teachers are welcome to register for e meeting and choose e GIFT workshop (listed as an event for K-12 educators in e registration system). Please note at credentials will need to be provided at e time of registration (PDF of [ ]. Annual meetings are moneymakers for most scientific societies, and scientists continue to flock to em. But as e world changes, how long can e status quo hold? [See All Special Issue Content] Nearly 22,000 scientists converged on San Francisco last ember for a meeting of e American Geophysical Union (AGU). Local hotels and restaurants feasted on e biggest annual ga ering of. Login to access e new AGU digital experience, where you can build your own profile, share your scientific interests wi colleagues, explore content, register for a meeting, and more. Follow our Channels or create your own. Apr 23, · Wi AGU’s new definition, vision and mission, we are inking beyond our current collaborators to develop ideas, generate research and lead to action. AGU’s ree strategic goals will help serve as our guiding lights when we navigate ese new pa s: Goal 1: Catalyze discovery and solutions to scientific and societal challenges. 24, · For example, attendance at e Sharing Science social media workshops at AGU’s Fall Meeting increased from 56 individuals in to at least 97 in , and overall attendance at Fall Meeting. 30, · e EET serves as a locus of activities to address ese issues. e process we use to make scientific data sets accessible and usable in educational contexts supports effective communication between e scientific and educational communities .EET also has been featured in professional development programs at help teachers learn to use e resources (including e . Scientific Program. View Abstracts in e Scientific Program. Presentations from e Meeting. Invited speakers were encouraged to upload eir presentations. View Invited Speaker Presentations. Video from e Meeting. Watch highlights from e meeting on e APS YouTube channel. APS April Meeting Plenary Sessions. AGU press contact: Liza Lester, +1 (202) 777-7494, [email protected] Researcher contact: Nikolai Østgaard, Birkeland Centre for Space Science and University of Bergen, +47 4727 0653, [email protected] SAN FRANCISCO—A slew of new discoveries about e mysterious gamma ray flashes at come from Ear 's underclouds are being unveiled in presentations at AGU’s Fall Meeting . e Sciences and Exploration Directorate is e largest Ear and space science research organization in e world. Its scientists advance understanding of e Ear and its life-sustaining environment, e Sun, e solar system, and e wider universe beyond. e Directorate is part of Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, yland. 01, · Founded in 1919, AGU is a not-for-profit scientific society dedicated to advancing Ear and space science for e benefit of humanity. We support 60,000 members, who reside in 135 countries, as well as our broader community, rough high-quality scholarly publications, dynamic meetings, our dedication to science policy and science. Fall Virtual Poster Showcase Adees. Graduate Showcase Adees. First place goes to Laura Vuorinen, a Master’s student from University of Turku, Finland for her work entitled High-speed jets impinging on e Ear ’s magnetosphere: A statistical study on when and where ey occur .Poster (PDF). Video. Second place goes to Jacob Kegerreis, a Ph.D. student from Durham University. Adees are recognized at e AGU Fall Meeting where ey receive a one-year grant (not to exceed $,000) to cover research costs and related travel expenses ($500 U.S. & Canada /$1,000 outside of U.S. and Canada). Payment is made directly to e recipients in two installments. e first installment is presented at e AGU Fall Meeting. AGU press contact: Lauren Lipuma, +1 (202) 777-7396, [email protected] Contact information for e researchers: Christopher Meinen, NOAA Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory, [email protected] WASHINGTON—New research reveals temperatures in e deep sea fluctuate more an scientists previously ought and a ming trend is now detectable at e bottom . Title your video, AGU Virtual Poster Showcase Fall – Your Name. In e description section of e YouTube video, include e title of your research, e abstract, and e following paragraph: e Virtual Poster Showcase (VPS) is an online poster presentation opportunity hosted by e American Geophysical Union at allows. 27, · AGU press contact: Lauren Lipuma, +1 (202) 777-7396, [email protected] Contact information for e researchers: Twila Moon, National Snow and Ice Data Center, [email protected], [email protected] WASHINGTON—Ice loss from e Greenland Ice Sheet has accelerated significantly over e past two ades, transforming e shape of e ice sheet edge and erefore . 27, · AGU press contact: Liza Lester, +1 (202) 777-7396, [email protected] Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution press contact: Erin Koenig, +1 (508) 289-3340, [email protected] Contact information for e researchers: Weifu Guo [email protected] and Anne Cohen [email protected], Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution WASHINGTON—Scientists have long suspected at ocean . e information detailed below pertains only to Union Ads, Medals and PrizesImportant Dates Nomination Process/Conflict of Interest Policy Nomination Package/Requirements: Nomination Letter Curriculum Vitae Selected Bibliography Letters of Support AGU Contact Information IMPORTANT DATES Event Date Nominations site opens 15 uary Nominations closes 15 April , . attention of e scientific community, in e fields of fluvial geomorphology, hydraulic AGU Fall meeting, San Francisco, California, . 13-17. vii 2. Eke, E., Parker G., . Meander migration modeling wi e incorporation of erosional NONLINEAR FLOW MODEL SOLUTION.. 209 Appendix B: RIVER BANKFULL GEOMETRY: SHEAR VELOCITY. American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting 2008 Riedel, M., Collett, T.S., and Park, K., 2008. Massive gas hydrate occurrences in fractured systems: combined observations from deep drilling campaigns at e Cascadia gin, Krishna-Godhavari Basin, and Ulleung Basin. AGU Fall Meeting . Gómez, D. D. D. Piñón, M. Bevis, H. Guagni Acosta () Nuevo servicio de posicionamiento puntual preciso (PPP) para la República Argentina, Simposio SIRGAS. Echalar, D. Gómez, C. de La Cruz Olivera () Avances del sistema de referencia geodésico del estado plurinacional de Bolivia, Simposio. From Large Rock Strain in Volcanic Regions to High-performance Concrete SEG/AGU Summer Workshop, Hilo, Hawaii (Invited) Vanorio, T. , 3-D Printing as a Tool to Investigate e Effects of Changes in Rock Microstructures on Permeability American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting , abstract MR41A-2682 Head, D.. . 11, · For information about e AGU Fall Meeting, including e schedule of press events, please visit e Fall Meeting Media Center. Fall Meeting press conferences will be streamed live on e AGU press events webpage. Reporters can visit is site roughout e meeting to watch press conferences in real time and ask questions via an online chat. Clear Codes of Conduct, even for small meetings, should be (1) developed, if ey don’t already exist, (2) visible, and (3) widely shared. Codes of Conduct will come up roughout is document (e.g., AGU Fall Meeting Code of Conduct). ** ank you again to ose who attended ARCUS’ Annual Meeting at e AGU Fall Meeting ei er in person or virtually – wi 80 participants and rich conversation, it was a great success!** A copy of e final Annual Meeting sum y report, agenda, and presentation slides as well as ARCUS' Annual report can be downloaded in PDF form here: * ARCUS Annual Membership. Presented at 40 Annual Meeting of e Division of Planetary Science of e American Astronomical Society, I aca NY. Abstract 41.14. Wong, M.H. (2007) Equatorial clouds and haze before, during, and after Jupiter's global upheaval. Fall AGU Meeting, -14 ember, San Francisco. [895k PDF poster]. 08, · At its fall meeting last mon, e American Geophysical Union released an updated position statement on climate change titled, Society Must Address e Growing Climate Crisis Now. Explaining e adoption of e increasingly prevalent climate crisis terminology, AGU CEO Chris McEntee said at a media event, We deliberately called it a crisis because we are at a stage at which . Mohammed, I. N., and D. G. Tarboton, 2008, An Approach to Modeling e Water Balance Sensitivity to Landscape Vegetation Changes, paper presented in AGU 2008 Fall meeting, EOS Trans. AGU 89(53), Abstract GC43C-0748, 15 - 19 ember, San Francisco, CA. 04, · Founded in 1919, AGU is a not-for-profit scientific society dedicated to advancing Ear and space science for e benefit of humanity. We support 60,000 members, who reside in 135 countries, as well as our broader community, rough high-quality scholarly publications, dynamic meetings, our dedication to science policy and science. STaRS) program. e Bright STaRS program provides a dedicated forum for ese stu-dents to present eir research results to e scientific community at AGU’s Fall Meeting, where ey can also learn about exciting research, education, and career opportuni-ties in e Ear and space sciences. Last year’s program included 33 abstracts.