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26 August 2015
AGU has a new option for students that cannot attend a conference in person. Learn about two opportunities for students to present online in a virtual poster showcase.
20 June 2015
This post details my journey as a member of the AGU Meetings Committee, capturing highlights of what we accomplished on our second day of meeting about meetings!
17 June 2015
This post details my journey as a member of the AGU Meetings Committee, capturing highlights of what we accomplished on our first full day of meeting about meetings!
15 June 2015
Getting ready to begin the AGU Meetings Committee meeting! So what exactly is the AGU Meetings Committee, and what does the group do? Follow along with me as I begin my term and we meet over the next couple of days!
13 January 2015
The AGU meeting every December in San Francisco is truly an amazing experience, and while I only was able to be there for two days, it was well worth flying across the entire continent and back in 48 hours. Here are some sights and sounds from the AGU that I and others made. Up first is meeting Geoph Haines-Stiles one of the senior producers of the original COSMOS with Carl …
14 January 2014
I was asked by the AGU to do a post about the Polar Vortex for the AGU Blog THE BRIDGE. You can read it by clicking on the image below: and then you should read Bob Henson’s piece from the NCAR AtmosNews Journal
9 December 2013
After braving excruciating cold, ice-bound airports, and snow-covered mountain passes to get here, some 21,000 Earth Scientists have descended on San Francisco for the annual AGU Fall Meeting. They’ll all be happy to know that the National Weather Service calls for freezing temperatures in all areas except San Francisco tonight. So everyone from Back East can still pretend they’re having a balmy California vacation while we locals wrap our heads …
5 December 2012
Greetings! It’s been a busy first two days of AGU, and it’s impossible to convey it all, but here are a few highlights: Monday morning was my poster presentation, so that prevented me from seeing very many talks. I did stop by the Mars talks long enough to hear ChemCam team member Darby Dyar give a talk summarizing the many challenges involved in getting quantitative numbers out of LIBS data, …