AGU Fall Meeting Features ASR Science

 
Published: 23 November 2021

At the 2021 AGU Fall Meeting, more than 100 ASR-connected oral presentations, invited talks, and poster sessions will be shared with the scientific community

After a long year and a half of virtual meetings, a shift is slowly happening toward more in-person conferences. The best example is the largest—the 2021 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. This hybrid meeting, held from December 13 to 17, will bring thousands of scientists to New Orleans, in addition to thousands more participating online.

For those attending virtually, Fall Meeting organizers have worked hard to replicate the camaraderie and networking of in-person interactions with other attendees.

The move from in person to virtual to hybrid has not affected the variety and volume of presentations. In fact, as of newsletter distribution time, more than 100 ASR-connected oral presentations, invited talks, and poster sessions will be shared with the scientific community.

See the full list of ASR presentations and plan your time at AGU.

“We thank everyone who took the time to share their session abstracts with us,” says ASR Program Manager Jeff Stehr. “This page is a great resource that allows everyone in the community to see who is presenting and when. It is also a very helpful tool that we use to track scientific impact.”

Stehr emphasizes that it is not too late to share presentation abstracts and information. If you, or one of your team members, will present a talk or poster during the AGU Fall Meeting—and if that presentation is based on your ASR-funded project—please share your information as soon as possible. Just use the form on this page and search your presentation code, title, authors, or abstract ID.

In addition to oral presentations, invited talks, and posters featuring ASR scientists, this year’s Fall Meeting features a full slate of town halls—many happening December 7 to 13, before the official start of the Fall Meeting. Below is a list of town halls of potential interest:

ARM/ASR Town Halls

DOE and Interagency Town Halls

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This work was supported by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science, through the Biological and Environmental Research program as part of the Atmospheric System Research program.