The abstract submission deadlines are 5 August for the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting and early August for the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting.

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The largest meeting in the world for Earth and space science is open for abstract submissions. The AGU Fall Meeting takes place in San Francisco, California, on 14-18 December 2015. In past years, the event hosted over 24,000 attendees, 15,000 posters, and 7,000 oral presentations.

For more information regarding submission guidelines or AGU membership requirements, visit the meeting website. The following sessions will be among those convened by ASR investigators, or other ARM users, at the meeting.

7262: Aerosols, Clouds, Precipitation, Trace Gas Chemistry, Meteorology, and their Complex Interactions in Amazonia

7556: Cloud Observations and Uncertainties

7816: Atmospheric Ice Formation Processes and Impacts

7868: Toward Reducing Systematic Errors in Weather and Climate Models: Evaluation, Understanding, and Improvement

7937: Madden-Julian Oscillation

8230: The Underappreciated Aerosol Coarse Mode

8267: Advances in Understanding Land-Atmosphere Interactions

8399: Improved Understanding of the Surface Energy Balance and the Spatiotemporal Variation of Its Components

8537: Improving Solar and Wind Forecasts Along With Weather and Climate Prediction—Resolving One Atmosphere Together

8579: Large-Eddy and High-Resolution Simulations for Improved Understanding and Parameterization of Clouds and Boundary Layer Processes

8837: Marine Boundary Layer Clouds and Aerosols: Observations and Process Modeling

8857: Precipitation, Weather, and Climate: Atmospheric Rivers and Aerosol-Cloud Interaction Studies

8916: Cloud-Scale Processes: Modeling, Observation, and Parameterization for Larger Scale Models

8974: Intense Continental Convection

9028: Advances in Atmosphere and Land Modeling for Improved Understanding of the Hydrologic Cycle at the Watershed Scale

9039: Diagnostics of Coupled Tropical Atmosphere-Terrestrial Ecosystem Processes

9095: Convection and Global Modeling: Aggregation, Organization, and Stochasticity

9108: Python Solutions for Earth Sciences

 

AMS Sessions

logoFor almost 100 years, the AMS Annual Meeting has been providing meteorologists an opportunity to share their work and see what others are doing. The 96th AMS Annual Meeting will take place 10-14 January 2016, in New Orleans, Louisiana. The theme is “Earth System Science in Service to Society.”

For more information on guidelines or requirements, visit the meeting website. Each session has its own abstract deadline. The following conferences are among those that contain sessions convened by ASR investigators, or other ARM users.

Sixth Symposium on Advances in Modeling and Analysis Using Python; abstracts due 3 August 2015.

Eighth Symposium on Aerosol-Cloud-Climate Interactions; abstracts due 3 August 2015.

18th Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry; abstracts due 10 August 2015.

18th Symposium on Meteorological Observations and Instrumentationabstracts due 10 August 2015.

Mario J. Molina Symposiumabstracts due 3 August 2015.

Peter J. Lamb Symposium—Helping Africa to Help Itselfabstracts due 3 August 2015.

 

The following sessions are among those convened by ASR investigators, or other ARM users.

Joint Session: Meteorology, Aerosols, Clouds, and Precipitation in Amazonia—GoAmazon2014/5 Field Campaigns (Joint between the Eighth Symposium on Aerosol-Cloud-Climate Interactions and the 18th Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry); abstracts due 3 August 2015.

(Joint between the Eighth Symposium on Aerosol-Cloud-Climate Interactions and the 18th Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry); abstracts due 3 August 2015.