We are experiencing difficulty processing your payment. Please do not refresh e page or submit again. Contact our Member Service Center for help at [email protected], or 800.966. 2481 (toll-free in Nor America), or +1 202.462.6900.. Ok. 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 . AGU's Fall Meeting is e largest international Ear and space science meeting in e world. Join us from 7 – 11 ember virtually (mostly) and San Francisco (possibly). 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.Abbreviation: AGU. 12, · Abstracts and sessions now online and searchable All of e 1,700-plus sessions and nearly 23,000 abstracts for e Fall Meeting have been posted in e Scientific Program on e AGU Fall Meeting website. e full scientific program is now searchable online. To search, click on e search button at e top, right-hand corner of e online. Information for e press will also be posted to e Fall Meeting Media Center. Abstracts and sessions now online and searchable All of e 1,700-plus sessions and more an 23,000 abstracts for e Fall Meeting have been posted in e Scientific Program on e AGU Fall Meeting website. e full scientific program is now searchable online. e AGU Fall Meeting is year includes a mix of sessions optimized for a global virtual meeting. For most sessions, longer pre-recorded presentations and virtual posters will be available for attendees when e meeting starts on 1 ember. All of e 1,700-plus sessions and more an 23,000 abstracts for e Fall Meeting have been posted in e Scientific Program on e AGU Fall Meeting website. e full program is now searchable online. To search, enter a search term in e ‘search schedule’ box at . 07, · AGU press contact: Lauren Lipuma +1 (202) 777-7396 [email protected] WASHINGTON—Discover e latest Ear and space science news at Fall Meeting is ember, when more an 20,000 attendees from around e globe are expected to assemble virtually for e largest worldwide conference in e Ear and space sciences. is year, e meeting runs from 1-17 . AGU supports 130,000 en usiasts to experts worldwide in Ear and space sciences. rough broad and inclusive partnerships, AGU aims to advance discovery and solution science at accelerate knowledge and create solutions at are e ical, unbiased and respectful of communities and eir values. Education. Education and public outreach play a significant role in AGU’s mission. rough education and career-focused events at AGU meetings, professional development workshops, ads for science educators, and printed and electronic resources, AGU offers an array of opportunities at expose students, teachers, professionals, and life-long learners to e freshest, most accurate. 24, · A Guide to Writing an AGU Abstract. inking of an abstract as a miniature scientific paper and its creation as a series of simple steps can ease becoming a presenter at an AGU meeting. Abstracts are now being accepted for e Fall Meeting of e American Geophysical Union (AGU). Abstracts are due on y 31, . For more information on submitting abstracts to e AGU Fall meeting, visit. between 200,000 to 800,000 RMB: Center for Ear System Science, Tsinghua. Neala ie Creasy and Wenbo Wu received e Study of e Ear ’s Deep Interior Section Ad for Graduate Research at AGU’s Fall Meeting , held 9–13 ember in San Francisco, Calif. 12, · Take e annual Fall Meeting of e American Geophysical Union, e largest organisation of Ear and space scientists, wi around 60,000 members worldwide, now wrapping up its centennial year. I’ve attended almost every one of e AGU’s Fall Meetings since 1998, when I was appointed its first full-time public information manager, a post I. Please consider participating in our town hall, Where Does Arctic Research and SEARCH Go Next? at e Fall meeting of e American Geophysical Union, – 14 ember . e town hall will explore wi interested scientists where e program has provided benefit and—more importantly—where it could do so in e future. AGU’s annual Fall Meeting is e premier ga ering of Ear and space scientists and your chance to gain customers, recruit potential employees, and have your brand, product, or service in front of e world’s largest convening of Ear and space scientists. is year’s meeting during e AGU Centennial year offers unique spaces for. Abstracts should be concise and should be able to appropriately describe your research wi in a 2000 character limit. For guidance on preparing your abstract submission, read is Eos article titled A Guide to Writing an AGU Abstract. e general flow of ideas should be as follows. Menotti, T., 20, Investigations into burial history and petroleum system development in e Salinas Basin, California rough 1-D modeling, 20 AAPG Pacific Section, Joint Meeting wi West Region SPE and GSA Cordilleran Section: Anaheim, California, Geological Society of America Abstracts wi Programs, v. 42, no. 4, p. 78. 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., AGU Fall Meeting returns to e Moscone Center in San Francisco to celebrate e past and inspire e future during our Centennial. Selected publications and meeting abstracts. Riofrio, L. (2006). Hot Young Solution to Faint Sun Paradox. American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2006. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts. 2006. pp. SH43A–1506. Bibcode:2006AGUFMSH43A1506R. (See faint young Sun paradox.) Riofrio, L. M. (2005). Sources and mass energy observed in Saturn's rings. 17, · By Vicki Zt When e first Annual Meeting of e American Geophysical Union was held in Washington, D.C., on 23 April 1920, e fledgling society had few members – just 65 - but plenty to talk about. Per e Organization and Aims of e American Geophysical Union, printed in Transactions, Vol. 4, Issue 1, e meetings were concerned wi submission and discussion of . Data Visualization and Storytelling Competition – Applications Open 12 e . Close 4 is competition is open to 2 and 4 year undergraduate students and graduate students who are legal U.S. residents. e competition winners will receive travel grants funded by AGU, complimentary registration to e AGU Fall Meeting, and e opportunity to present eir [ ]. ere is a lot going on at Fall Meeting. Get e inside scoop by being matched wi an experienced professional at e Meeting. e Fall Meeting Mentoring Program (FMMP, formerly e Undergraduate Mentoring Program, UMP) pairs selected undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-docs wi more experienced attendees to provide guidance roughout e week. FMMP mentors and [ ]. More an 24,000 attendees from 113 countries are expected to attend e AGU Fall Meeting. e AGU Fall Meeting brings toge er leaders from academia, government, and e private sector to examine and discuss e latest research and scientific developments in Ear and space science. e Program Committee line to consider abstracts wi o er focus. ere is no fee for abstract submissions and AGU Membership is not a requirement. Submission of an abstract carries wi it e obligation to give a presentation in e designated manner assigned by e Program Committee. It also grants AGU permission to publish e abstract. e American Geophysical Union continues to celebrate its centennial as well. e Fall Meeting in will be held 9-13 ember in San Francisco, CA. e submission deadline for abstracts is 31 y . See e Fall Meeting website for details. e Outstanding Student Presentation Ads (OSPAs) are aded to promote, recognize and red undergraduate, Master’s and PhD students for quality research in e geophysical sciences. Each year, Sections recruit judges to assess and score student oral and poster presentations at meetings. Typically e top 2-5 of presenters in each Section are aded an OSPA. Trying [ ]. 04, · Annual Meetings. GSA Connects Online. Future Annual Meeting Dates. Search past meetings and abstracts. Penrose Conferences & ompson Field Forums. Introducing a brand new format and criteria for submission. Submit a Penrose Conference or . Joining AGU as a student member is easy and affordable. As a member, you will connect wi tens of ousands of individuals worldwide dedicated to galvanizing e geophysical sciences. Students enrolled in at least a half-time degree-granting program for e current year become a Student Member at a discounted rate ($20 per year). Student status [ ]. Sarah Bremmer. Geoscientist. Contact: Phone (608) 265-5323. Email [email protected] Current projects. In e field and in e office, I am working on e Central Sands Lake Study and on e Wisconsin Groundwater-Level Monitoring Network.I provide support by contacting landowners to gain access permissions for groundwater level monitoring, working wi contractors who are installing. If at any time you have questions or need assistance, please contact our Member Service Center at [email protected], or call e Member Service Center at 800.966.2481 (toll-free in Nor America) or +1 202.462.6900 to speak wi a representative. Teaching. Remote sensing of precipitation and water cycle, Hydrology, Research • Multi-sensor multi-spectral remote sensing of precipitation• High latitude/cold region/mountainous rain and snow retrievals and analysis• Wea er and climate extremes (extreme precipitation, drought, heatwaves) and societal impact• Global water and energy budget analysis• Hydrologic/watershed modeling. 31 y: Abstract deadline for AGU Fall Meeting . –13 : International Conference on Lightning and Static Electricity (ICOLSE) , Wichita, Kans. 9–13 ember: AGU Fall Meeting , San Francisco, Calif. View Newsletter. Geomorphic evidence for renewed Plio-Quaternary faulting in e nor west Basin and Range, T31D-2544, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 ember. Ellis, M.A. and Barnes, J.B. . Scales of topographic grow associated wi active faulting, T21E-2621, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 2 . Infrasound observations of e massive landslide at Bingham Canyon Copper Mine, Abstract S23B-2489, presented at Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 9-13 . Poster, Presented, 12/. Bingham Canyon Rock Avalanche, Distinguished Lecture Series (Joint wi Jeff Moore), University of Utah Department of Geology and Geophysics. AGU Fall Meeting, poster V41D-0812. 2005. Kratzmann DJ, Carey S, Scasso R, Naranjo J-A & Bande. Melt Diversity and Magma Mixing During e 1991 Eruptions of Hudson Volcano, Chile. AGU Fall Meeting, poster V41B-1444. 2005. Carey S, Scasso R, Kratzmann DJ, Naranjo J-A & Bande. 2005. Stratigraphy and Melt Compositions of e 3.6 and 6.7 ka. 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. Old Dominion University, located in e coastal city of Norfolk, is Virginia's entrepreneurial-minded doral research university wi more an 24,000 students, rigorous academics, an energetic residential community, and initiatives at contribute $2.6 billion annually to Virginia's economy. Anny Cazenave was aded e William Bowie Medal at e AGU Fall Meeting Honors Ceremony, held on 5 ember in San Francisco, Calif. e medal is for outstanding contributions to fundamental geophysics and for unselfish cooperation in research. . Esteban G. Jobbágy, Rosaly M. C. Lopes, and Christopher M. Reddy received e Ambassador Ad at e AGU Fall Meeting Honors Ceremony, held 12 ember in Washington, D. C. e ad is in recognition of outstanding contributions to one or more of e following area(s): societal impact, service to e Ear and space community. 29, · GEO at AGU Fall Meeting: As part of e upcoming AGU Fall Meeting emed Shaping e Future of Science, e Group on Ear Observations (GEO) is supporting several key sessions and invites members from e AmeriGEO community to submit eir abstracts to take part. Sessions focused on Ear observations (EO) and Capacity Development.