You can cite your AGU Fall Meeting abstract in e following format: Au or(s) (), Title, [Final paper number, ex: A14B-1234] presented at Fall Meeting, AGU, 1-17 . AGU Meetings Code . 25, · Session and presentation type overview. ere are two traditional types of sessions held during AGU Fall Meeting—oral and poster. During abstract submissions, you select your preference for ei er a poster only or agree to be designated as a poster or oral by e Program Committee /session conveners. 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, along wi detailed instructions on scheduling your session. ABSTRACT SUBMISSION GUIDELINES e abstract title is limited to 300 characters and e abstract text is limited to 2000 characters. e 2000 character limit includes punctuation, but not spacing. A research team be referenced during e submission process in e ‘Title of Team’ field, in lieu of adding e names of individual team members. 14, · Each April or , e Fall Meeting Program Committee (FMPC) meets to begin e planning for e AGU Fall Meeting.In early , e group convened 0 virtually for e first time. In-person, virtual or bo? As one would expect, COVID-19 was top-of-mind. 24, · Step 3: Review AGU’s Guidelines No matter what AGU meeting or conference you plan to attend (including e Virtual Poster Showcase), you must limit your abstract Au or: Victoria Anania. Session proposals must include a description of why e topic is relevant and timely, and sufficient detail and references to public information. 3. Session proposals and abstracts can focus on scientific results and/or eir applications, and e impact of Ear and space science on society. 4. 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. e live sessions will focus on short overview presentations and moderated discussions. 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). AGU is excited to offer virtual event prep training for e presenters and chairs of AGU20 Fall Meeting. ese trainings will offer practical, research-based advice on presenting your work in understandable and persuasive ways, wi tips for virtual delivery. Join Melissa shall for e following live training events in advance of e meeting. AGU Membership Services Team at [email protected] or call 800.966.2481 (toll-free in Nor America) or +1 202.462.6900. Resources Abstract Submission Guidelines website Session Proposals and Abstract Submissions website Fall Meeting Program Committee website AGU Abstract Archives (search abstracts from previous meetings). WASHINGTON, DC — Discover e latest Ear and space science news at e 50 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, . 11-15, at e Ernest N. Morial Convention Center, 900 Convention . Services Team at [email protected] or call 800.966.2481 (toll-free in Nor America) or +1 202.462.6900. • Resources • Abstract Submission Guidelines website • Session Proposals and Abstract Submissions website • Fall Meeting Program Committee website • AGU Abstract Archives (search abstracts from previous meetings). 12, · For more information about e AGU Fall Meeting, including U.S. visa regulations for international attendees, please see Media Advisory 1 or visit e Fall Meeting Media Center. 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. 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. 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 [ ]. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting Media Advisory 2 Moscone Center San Francisco, California 15-19 ember Included in is advisory: Abstracts and sessions now online and searchable Press registration information Reminder: Hotel reservation deadline – . 14 Journalism ads reception First-timers breakfast Mass Media Fellows breakfast Virtual Press Room launches . What is required for e proposed session abstract? e proposed session must have an informative title (max 300 characters) and be in title case (i.e., e Fall Meeting is Coming). e Session description is limited to 150 words, and will be used rough e abstract submission deadline (late y). , · American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting Media Advisory 2 Moscone Convention Center San Francisco, California 9–13 ember Included in is advisory: Abstracts and sessions now online and searchable Press registration information Reminder: Hotel reservation deadline – . 8 Virtual Press Room – access press conferences and press releases online U.S. visa regulations for. 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 . Apr , · [Editor’s Note: is afternoon, AGU sent e following email to past Fall Meeting participants.We wanted to make sure everyone received e information, so we posted it here too.] By: Guy Brasseur, Fall Meeting Program Committee Chair. Sabine Stanley, Meetings Committee Chair. and Lauren Parr, Vice President, Meetings. We are living rough tremendous uncertainty and confusion . 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. For Students Bright STaRS – special session for high school students Career Events – from AGU’s Career Services Department For Educators Geophysical Information For Teachers (GIFT) Workshop – Ear and space science information and classroom resources Sessions and Workshops All Education Events – varying emes each year Early Career Scientist and Faculty Workshops – targeting. 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 [ ]. Your abstract reference number will be required on e application. First au or presenting a paper/poster at Fall Meeting. AGU membership is required to submit e application. If you are not an AGU member, you should contact [email protected] and inquire about membership options. Applicants not be already studying in e U.S. Evaluation. 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 [ ]. 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 . is FREE program is held in con ction wi e annual AGU Fall Meeting each year, which is attended by over 23,000 Ear and space scientists from around e globe. Key components of e Bright STaRS program include: publication of e students’ research abstract in e Fall AGU Meeting abstract database and program. AGU reserves e right to moderate all comment reads in whatever manner ey deem appropriate. Comments at are off-topic, libelous, defamatory or derogatory, harassing or reatening, or comments at include profanity or o er inappropriate language can and will be deleted immediately at e discretion of e blog manager. Heads and Chairs Since 1997, is forum has discussed important issues common to geophysical science departments, including research funding, program assessment, modernization of post-secondary curricula, increasing faculty diversity, and student career planning. It also holds annual workshops immediately prior to e AGU Fall Meeting and offers webinars roughout e year. is group meets. 21, · e Fall Meeting will recognize ano er dynamic year of discovery in Ear and space science and e connection to AGU’s Centennial has allowed us to create a wide variety of important and exciting opportunities for you to be a part of using e energy of e past to advance e future of Ear and space science for e benefit of humanity. Abstract. e American Geophysical Union (AGU), a scientific society of 60,000 members worldwide, has established a set of scientific integrity and professional e ics guidelines for e actions of its members, for e governance of e union in its internal activities, and for e operations and participation in its publications and scientific meetings. Citing your TESS Meeting Abstract. You can cite your Triennial Ear -Sun Summit Meeting abstract in e following format: Au or(s) (), Title, Abstract [Final paper number, ex: 4.012] presented at Triennial Ear -Sun Summit Meeting, Leesburg, VA, 20-24 . Abstract Payment Receipts. e Symphony at is AGU’s Fall Meeting By: Michael McFadden By Denis-Didier Rousseau (École Normale Supérieure), Fall Meeting Program Committee Chair During e recent Fall Meeting Program Committee meeting, I had. Fall Meeting is e largest ga ering of Ear and space scientists in e world. Back in San Francisco after celebrating our Centennial, Fall Meeting aims to bring a diverse and relevant set of topics to help move Ear and space science ford. It all starts wi e in ative and dynamic session proposals from AGU’s community. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts' journal/conference profile on Publons, wi several reviews by several reviewers - working wi reviewers, publishers, institutions, and funding agencies to turn peer review into a measurable research output. 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. If you are assigned a form named Fall Meeting Berkner Fellowship Acceptance, you have received e grant. Eligibility. Current member of AGU. Successfully submitted abstract prior to filling out travel grant application. Your abstract reference number will be required on e application. 14, · 14 ember ORIGINAL POST: AGU has been made ae of an issue wi a poster presentation at Fall Meeting by one of e attendees at contradicts our own e ics policy – and in itself be a violation of AGU policies. As wi any such issue, we take is very seriously and are reviewing is situation carefully. 20, · AGU Fall Meeting abstract submission deadline is 1 ust , 11:59 P.M. EDT. DCO Highlights Deep Carbon Observatory at AGU Fall Meeting We expect ano er large contingent of DCO researchers to descend upon e AGU Fall Meeting on 11–15. 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. 05, · agu fall meeting session titan – past, present and future investigations of saturn’s giant moon Titan’s unique standing as e only moon in e solar system wi a dense atmosphere provides an environment like no o er. All 1,120 sessions and 13,023 abstracts for 2006 Fall Meeting have been posted on e AGU Web site and are fully searchable. (Bo figures represent an increase of more an 15 percent over 2005. e following College of Fellows subcommittee is responsible for planning and implementation of e Town Hall Meeting sessions during AGU’s Fall Meeting. e subcommittee hosted eir first Town Hall Meeting during Fall Meeting . Previous Town Hall topics:Publish or Perish? Publishing for Promotion Insights on publishing from an Invited Panel of Scientists and Editors hosted [ ]. 21, · AGU Fall Meeting abstract submission deadline is 31 y , 11:59 P.M. EDT. 21 e e AGU Fall Meeting will return to its home base at e Moscone Center in San Francisco, CA, USA, 9-13 ember . Fall Meeting by e Numbers At last year’s American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 24,920 people attended, presenting more an 23,000 abstracts. By Pranoti M. Asher 5 February .