ABOUT AGU 2019

Welcome to the 100th  Advancing Earth & Space Science - American Geophysical Union

The AGU 2019 Fall Meeting will mark another dynamic year of discovery in Earth and space science, serve as the advent of AGU’s Centennial year, and provide a special opportunity to share our science with world leaders in San Francisco from 09-13 Dec , 2019 in Moscone Convention Center. San Francisco, CA.

Launch AGU’s Centennial celebration by observing 100 years of Earth and space science accomplishments and set the stage for the next 100 years of breakthroughs. Recognize the outstanding contributions of individuals who have advanced science, served the community unselfishly and increased public understanding at the Honors Ceremony.

Come to Fall Meeting to share your research, expand your skills and grow your career, learn from colleagues, and gain visibility and recognition for your own efforts alongside the world’s leading scientific minds. Experiment with new ways to present your research and engage with your colleagues.

Discover Science At The Speed Of Life

As AGU marks its Centennial in 2019, we return to San Francisco, the home of the Fall Meeting for more than 40 years. Join our diverse community at the newly renovated Moscone Center as we collaborate across borders and boundaries to explore and develop our research. Don’t miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to participate in Centennial presentations and special events that will bring to life the past, present and the future of our science.

Today we experience "Science at the Speed of Life." Fall Meeting will prepare you for what’s ahead: rapid developments in our science, new approaches to observing our Earth and beyond, the introduction of new data streams, growing demand for accessible science, the expansion of convergent science, and more. There is no better place than Fall Meeting to look into the future and develop your skills and your understanding of other disciplines at the same time.

At Fall Meeting, we will draw inspiration from each other and will show how earth and space science enables a more resilient and sustainable future for all.

Get ready for San Francisco!

This expansive scientific programme will be held in the impressive The Moscone Center, located in Howard Street 747, San Francisco, California. This congress centre has also played host to the annual meeting on multiple occasions, and repeat visitors will be familiar with its bright, open spaces, generous meeting rooms and superb location. Hotel accommodations are now available at our website. For individual hotel booking best resource is our website. Hotels in close proximity to the venue are available to book directly at special rates. You just have to fill out the housing form, check for available options, and choose the hotel available and the one you like from the list, book directly by online secure payments. This will give delegates access to the best locations at favorable rates, and we strongly recommended booking your hotel through our website.

We look forward to welcoming you to San Francisco!

Venue : Moscone Convention Center, Howard Street 747

San Francisco, California 94103, United States

  • 28000 Attendees

  • 1150 Exhibitors

  • 130 Countries

Scientific Neighborhoods Schedule

09-Dec- 13-Dec-2019 @ 8:30 AM-6:00 PM

8:30 AM-6:00 PM

09-Dec- 13-Dec-2019

    Get to know your neighbors. As it was at last year’s Fall Meeting, the Poster Hall will again be organized into scientific neighborhoods to make it easier for you to identify interdisciplinary connections and relevant posters.

    This year’s neighborhoods include:

     

    Neighborhood 1 – Science Nexus

    1. Near Surface Geophysics (NS)

    2. Earth and Space Science Informatics (IN)

    3. Nonlinear Geophysics (NG)

    4. Natural Hazards (NH)

    5. Education (ED)

    6. Public Affairs (PA)

    7. GeoHealth (GH)

    Neighborhood 2 – Earth Interior

    1. Study of Earth’s Deep Interior (DI)

    2. Mineral and Rock Physics (MR)

    3. Volcanology, Geochemistry, and Petrology (V)

    4. Tectonophysics (T)

    5. Seismology (S)

    6. Geodesy (G)

    7. Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism (GP)

    Neighborhood 3 – Earth Covering

    1. Global Environmental Change (GC)

    2. Cryosphere (C)

    3. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology (PP)

    4. Ocean Sciences (OS)

    5. Hydrology (H)

    6. Earth and Planetary Surface Processes (EP)

    7. Biogeosciences (B)

    8. Atmospheric Sciences (A)

    Neighborhood 4 – Beyond Earth

    1. Atmospheric and Space Electricity (AE)

    2. SPA-Aeronomy (SA)

    3. SPA-Magnetospheric Physics (SM)

    4. SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics (SH)

    5. Planetary Sciences (P)

Abstract Content Schedule

09-Dec- 13-Dec-2019 @ 8:30 AM-6:00 PM

8:30 AM-6:00 PM

09-Dec- 13-Dec-2019

    • NEW THIS YEAR: Centennial focused sessions and the newly formed GeoHealth Section will offer sessions at Fall Meeting.
    • Abstracts must focus on scientific results or their application. The Program Committee may decline to consider an abstract with another focus.
    • Following the abstract deadline, a submitted abstract may be placed in a different, more appropriate session than the one to which it was submitted. Final decisions regarding placement of individual abstracts and sessions rest with the Program Committee.
    • The abstract title is limited to 300 characters, and the abstract text is limited to 2,000 characters. There is a limit of 2,000 characters, excluding spaces but including punctuation, for the text of your submission.
    • Authors can add an additional, optional plain-language summary of their abstract with a maximum of 200 words.
    • LaTeX is supported. Special characters are also available in the abstract management system.

Final Program Schedule

09-Dec- 13-Dec-2019 @ 8:30 AM-6:00 PM

8:30 AM-6:00 PM

09-Dec- 13-Dec-2019

    • Final Program
    • In early October, acceptance notifications will be distributed via email, and the final scientific program will be available online.
    • If you wish to cite an abstract presented at this meeting, please see below for how to reference an abstract. Cite as: Author(s) (2018), Title, Abstract (Final paper number, ex: AH14B-1234) presented at 2018 AGU Fall Meeting, Washington, D.C., 10-14 Dec.
    • Help
    • Tutorials: Step by step tutorials on using the abstract submission site will be available in mid-June.
    • Technical Support: Once the site opens, if you have a question about the submission site or experience a technical issue when submitting your abstract, request technical support or submit a technical issue by completing the request form within the submission site. You may also send us an email on Monday through Friday between 8:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M., U.S. Eastern Daylight Time (GMT -05:00).
    • Scientific Program: If you have a question on AGU’s scientific program policies or general procedures, contact the AGU Scientific Program Management Team.

Scientific Neighborhoods Schedule09-Dec- 13-Dec-2019 @ 8:30 AM

Get to know your neighbors. As it was at last year’s Fall Meeting, the Poster Hall will again be organized into scientific neighborhoods to make it easier for you to identify interdisciplinary connections and relevant posters.

This year’s neighborhoods include:

 

Neighborhood 1 – Science Nexus

1. Near Surface Geophysics (NS)

2. Earth and Space Science Informatics (IN)

3. Nonlinear Geophysics (NG)

4. Natural Hazards (NH)

5. Education (ED)

6. Public Affairs (PA)

7. GeoHealth (GH)

Neighborhood 2 – Earth Interior

1. Study of Earth’s Deep Interior (DI)

2. Mineral and Rock Physics (MR)

3. Volcanology, Geochemistry, and Petrology (V)

4. Tectonophysics (T)

5. Seismology (S)

6. Geodesy (G)

7. Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism (GP)

Neighborhood 3 – Earth Covering

1. Global Environmental Change (GC)

2. Cryosphere (C)

3. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology (PP)

4. Ocean Sciences (OS)

5. Hydrology (H)

6. Earth and Planetary Surface Processes (EP)

7. Biogeosciences (B)

8. Atmospheric Sciences (A)

Neighborhood 4 – Beyond Earth

1. Atmospheric and Space Electricity (AE)

2. SPA-Aeronomy (SA)

3. SPA-Magnetospheric Physics (SM)

4. SPA-Solar and Heliospheric Physics (SH)

5. Planetary Sciences (P)

Abstract Content Schedule09-Dec- 13-Dec-2019 @ 8:30 AM

  • NEW THIS YEAR: Centennial focused sessions and the newly formed GeoHealth Section will offer sessions at Fall Meeting.
  • Abstracts must focus on scientific results or their application. The Program Committee may decline to consider an abstract with another focus.
  • Following the abstract deadline, a submitted abstract may be placed in a different, more appropriate session than the one to which it was submitted. Final decisions regarding placement of individual abstracts and sessions rest with the Program Committee.
  • The abstract title is limited to 300 characters, and the abstract text is limited to 2,000 characters. There is a limit of 2,000 characters, excluding spaces but including punctuation, for the text of your submission.
  • Authors can add an additional, optional plain-language summary of their abstract with a maximum of 200 words.
  • LaTeX is supported. Special characters are also available in the abstract management system.

Final Program Schedule09-Dec- 13-Dec-2019 @ 8:30 AM

  • Final Program
  • In early October, acceptance notifications will be distributed via email, and the final scientific program will be available online.
  • If you wish to cite an abstract presented at this meeting, please see below for how to reference an abstract. Cite as: Author(s) (2018), Title, Abstract (Final paper number, ex: AH14B-1234) presented at 2018 AGU Fall Meeting, Washington, D.C., 10-14 Dec.
  • Help
  • Tutorials: Step by step tutorials on using the abstract submission site will be available in mid-June.
  • Technical Support: Once the site opens, if you have a question about the submission site or experience a technical issue when submitting your abstract, request technical support or submit a technical issue by completing the request form within the submission site. You may also send us an email on Monday through Friday between 8:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M., U.S. Eastern Daylight Time (GMT -05:00).
  • Scientific Program: If you have a question on AGU’s scientific program policies or general procedures, contact the AGU Scientific Program Management Team.
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