Poster hall.

Poster hall.

  • Plan in Advance

    • AGU continues to reserve more than 50 hotels in the city at group rates as well as offer discounts on registration to active members.
    • Note: The abstract submission fee and and the registration fee are separate.
    • In addition to the sessions, Fall Meeting offered various networking opportunities, science communication workshops, and other activities for all attendees. Use the Event Calendar, an online tool to search and find events important to you.
    • Fall Meeting sessions were held at the Moscone Convention Center. The center is located at the edge of the city’s dynamic South of Market district and just four blocks from Union Square, the city’s vibrant shopping district, and the Powell Street cable car to Nob Hill, Chinatown, and Fisherman’s Wharf.
  • Present Your Research and Attend Events

    • Fall Meeting is the ideal venue for receiving immediate feedback on your research.
    • Kick off the meeting with your peers at the Fall Meeting Ice Breaker Reception, which is held on the first day of sessions in the evening.  Also, AGU Section and Focus Group events are held on Tuesdays throughout the day.  Don’t forget the daily breaks with free refreshments!
    • Attention international attendees: Our 2016 annual International Reception was a huge success. Delegates from our Committee of International Participation and key regions such as South America, Asia, and Europe were on hand to network and exchange experiences and knowledge.
    • Are you a first-time speaker at Fall Meeting? All speakers are required to check into the Speaker Ready Room at least 24 hours before their presentation.
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