A flat fee of $70 USD will be charged for each regular submission and a flat fee of $40 USD for each student submission. e abstract submission fee is a required and non-refundable processing fee and not based on approval of your abstract submission or attendance at AGU Fall Meeting. 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 . To enable is meeting, AGU20 will be bring toge er and integrate more an six arate technologies rough a single-sign-on interface. All attendees must create an AGU account to access e Fall Meeting registration site. Cyclostratigraphy @AGU: call for abstracts Dear colleagues, We welcome abstract submissions to e Cyclostratigraphy and Astronomical Forcing session at AGU Fall Meeting . 7-11, mostly virtual wi a reduced registration fee). As AGU ks its Centennial in , we return to San Francisco on 9-13 ember, e home of e AGU Fall Meeting for more an 40 years. Join our diverse community at e newly re ated Moscone Center as we collaborate across borders and boundaries to explore and develop our research. 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. 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). your sessions from Denis-Didier Rousseau, AGU Fall Meeting Program Committee Chair, and Robin Bell, AGU President. ank you for choosing to convene a session at e AGU Fall Meeting . We have compiled some guidelines about convening a session, . e abstract submission deadline for e ASOPRS Fall Scientific Symposium was e 29. Au ors will be informed of abstract acceptance in early-. e mission of ASOPRS is to advance education, research, and e quality of clinical practice in e fields of aes etic, plastic and reconstructive surgery specializing in e face. , · Join e VALUABLES Consortium at e American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting to learn more about our work to quantify e socioeconomic benefits of Ear observations when ey are used to make isions.. Consortium economists and staff will be onsite. Present e consortium's case studies on valuing heal and air quality, water quality, and wildfire applications in . Fall Meeting Scientific Program is Live! See e full program online. All submitters must log in wi eir email address and AGU password to begin or continue a submission. If you do not have an AGU Member login, you join here, and en return to is page. Email Address. e AGU Fall Meeting will be held 9-13 in San Francisco, California. Image credit: AGU. Abstracts are now being accepted for e Fall Meeting of e American Geophysical Union (AGU). WASHINGTON, DC— Discover e latest Ear and space science news at e 48 annual AGU Fall Meeting is ember, when about 24,000 attendees from around e globe are expected to assemble for e largest worldwide conference in e Ear and space sciences. is year, e meeting runs from Monday rough Friday, . 14-18, at e Moscone Center, 747 Hod St., San Francisco, Calif. AGU Fall Meeting will be mostly virtual and remain e global convening meeting for e Ear and space sciences community. If science and heal professionals tell us it is safe for groups to convene, AGU will host a regional ga ering in San Francisco. e online registration portal will . 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. 24, · Most meetings have abstract submission fees at help cover e cost of e meeting or virtual poster session. Expect to pay about $65.00 for a regular submission and $35.00 for Au or: Victoria Anania. 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. 12, · WASHINGTON, DC — Discover e latest Ear and space science news at e 49 annual AGU Fall Meeting is ember, when about 24,000 attendees from around e globe are expected to assemble for e largest worldwide conference in e Ear and space sciences. is year, e meeting runs from Monday rough Friday, . 12-16, at e Moscone Center, 747 Hod . Dear U and AGU members, We would be grateful if you could start now inking of sessions for e U-AGU Joint Meeting at will take place 24-28 at e Makuhari Messe, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. We are excited about e U-AGU joint organization and hope you are too. e AGU Fall Meeting General Student Travel Grant provides some funds to assist wi travel costs. Adees traveling from e U.S. and Canada will receive a $500 ad, and adees traveling from outside e U.S. and Canada will receive $ 00 in funds. Funds are delivered after Fall Meeting and are not meant to reimburse specific [ ]. Membership. AGU members make up e largest single organization dedicated to e advancement of geophysics. Uniting Ear, atmospheric, oceanic, hydrologic, space, and planetary scientists, AGU provides a dynamic forum for e geophysical community rough top-ranked scientific journals, world-renowned meetings and conferences, news and political updates, and scientific and technical . 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 [ ]. *AGU journal content from 1997 and ford freely available online 24 mon s from issue date. Online subscriptions for include access to articles published from uary -current issue. In accepting journals at ese personal rates, you are agreeing at ese online subscriptions are for your use only. 09, · As AGU ks its Centennial in , we return to San Francisco, e home of e AGU Fall Meeting for more an 40 years. Join our diverse community at e newly re ated Moscone Center as we collaborate across borders and boundaries to explore and develop our research. e Lloyd V. Berkner Travel Fellowship serves as a memorial to former AGU President Lloyd V. Berkner, who had a special interest in assisting and working wi students and international colleagues. Today, e program provides support to Ear and space scientists in 88 countries including India, Morocco, and Nigeria. Berkner Fellowships provide funding for early [ ]. Publicity for Meeting Abstracts. Are you presenting new research findings at e AGU Fall Meeting or e Ocean Sciences Meeting? Do you ink ey might be newswor y? If so, fill out e form below to tell AGU’s press office why your research might be of interest to e press and public. Press office staff will contact you if ey. 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. 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 [ ]. Registration Deadline: 4 Registration fee includes access to all scientific sessions, e Sunday opening reception, coffee breaks, lunch daily, and e Wednesday afternoon field trip. All attendees are required to follow e AGU Meeting Code of Conduct. Registration Fees Professionals: $825.00 USD Students: $675.00 USD. *Change on e Registration Fee of Senior Members Until meeting, U offered a free registration to seniors of U Members and AGU members at e year of e joint meetings. However, from meeting e policy has changed at senior members will also be charged a discounted rate to attend e meeting. Cancellation Policy: Written notification of registration cancellations must be emailed to [email protected] Registration cancellations received by 8 will receive a complete refund. Cancellations received between 9 and 15 will have a $50 processing fee . e American Geophysical Union (AGU) annual fall meeting will be held 9 – 13 ember in Moscone Center, San Francisco. e Fall Meeting is e largest international Ear and space science meeting in e world, wi speakers from around e globe presenting and facilitating discussion on cross-disciplinary geophysical topics, including atmospheric and ocean sciences. solid-Ear. 11, · But we ask for your continued support and patience so at we create a flexible, fun, interactive and engaging Fall Meeting . Starting e week of 22 e, abstracts will be accepted until Wednesday, 29 y. When you submit your abstract, your eLightning fee will be included so ere will be no additional poster platform or printing fee. My AGU Login 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. Fall Meeting is e largest worldwide conference in e geophysical sciences, attracting more an 22,000 Ear and space scientists, educators, students AGU Fall Meeting is held in San Francisco CA, United States, from 12/9/ to 12/13/ in Moscone Center. 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. 06, · is week, abstract acceptance letters for e AGU Fall Meeting landed in inboxes around e world and e AGU20 scientific program went live. ese milestones remind Guy and Sabine about each one of eir first AGU Fall Meetings: Getting our abstract acceptance letter, staying up into e early hours of e morning crunching e final numbers for our first poster and nervously looking . Taking place in San Francisco 9-13 ember , e AGU Fall Meeting will bring toge er geoscientists from all over e world to draw inspiration from each o er and show how ear and space science enables a more resilient and sustainable future for all. ere are a number of exciting, mountain-related sessions – including two convened by e MRI. 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. Discover e latest Ear and space science news at Fall Meeting is ember, when more an 25,000 attendees from around e globe are expected to assemble for e largest worldwide. Newsroom Get news about e Ear and space sciences in our press releases, featured research and on Eos. For journalists, learn about AGU’s journalism ads, covering our meetings, finding scientific experts, and how to sign up to get press releases and access to our journals. For scientists, learn about speaking to e media and how you can work wi us [ ]. 19, · After mon s of anticipation and hard work, Fall Meeting is now a memory. But what a meeting it was! Held in Washington, DC, from ember – 14, e 51 st AGU Fall Meeting was e largest ever, wi over 28,500 people converging on e Walter E. Washington Convention Center to share eir science wi colleagues and peers, forge and streng en professional . View e Online Scientific Program to see all sessions and abstracts accepted for e Astrobiology Conference.. AbSciCon will provide a forum for reporting on new discoveries, sharing data and insights, advancing collaborative efforts and initiating new ones, planning new projects, and educating e next generation of astrobiologists. We are pleased to announce at AGU has selected e locations for our 2022 and 2024 Fall Meetings. e 2022 meeting will take place in Chicago, Ill., and e 2024 meeting will take place in Washington, D. C. is completes e plan for meeting locations rough 2026. San Francisco — San Francisco — New Orleans — 2021 Chicago. AGU membership is required to submit e application. If you are not an AGU member and are from a qualifying Berkner country, you contact [email protected] and let us know at you would like to apply for Berkner AGU membership in order to submit an abstract for Fall Meeting. Applicants not be already studying/residing in e U.S. or Japan.