For almost 50 years, the AGU Fall Meeting has served as a platform for scientists and researchers to present cutting-edge research. The scientific program includes more than 1100 sessions that span the Earth and space sciences.

The breadth of science presented is unparalleled. The program includes both oral and poster presentations, most of which contain not-yet-published research. SWIRLs sessions highlight the interdisciplinary nature of the field and provide attendees with a chance to learn where their disciplines intersect with other disciplines and identify common themes and threads of opportunity that might not be noticed within each discipline.

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