The Fall Meeting scientific program is now available. View it and get started planning your meeting.
Five late-breaking sessions have been added with the
Abstract Submission Deadline: 1 November 2017, 11:59 ET
The first-author rule is relaxed for the late-breaking sessions; authors may submit another abstract to a late-breaking session even if they also submitted an abstract for the August deadline.
- Late-Breaking Research Related to the 2017 Hurricane Season in the Americas (Harvey, Irma, Jose, Maria)
- 2017 South East Asia Flooding
- Late Breaking Session on the North Korean September 3, 2017 Declared Nuclear Test
- The September 2017 Tehuantepec and Puebla Earthquakes in Mexico
- Climate solutions: policy, planning, science and engineering in uncertain political and economic times – INVITE ONLY
Abstracts are now being accepted focusing on the events of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
The first-author rule is relaxed for the late-breaking sessions; authors may submit another abstract to the late-breaking sessions even if they also submitted an abstract for the August deadline.
Abstract Submission Deadline: 31 October 2017, 11:59 ET
This session, potentially organized as multiple sessions, seeks a wide breadth of contributions focusing on the events of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, including crowdsourced data and social media in disaster response; policy implications; high resolution remote sensing; flooding and infrastructure damage; impacts on the environment and human health; changing coastal landscapes; oceanographic, atmospheric, and climatic factors contributing to the storm; data access and assimilation; HPC and cloud computing for real-time analysis. For more information, contact one of the following conveners via email:
Guido Cervone (Lead), Associate Director of the Institute for CyberScience, Penn State
Jeffrey A. Nittrouer, Assistant Professor of Geology, Rice University, DEEPS
Courtney Thompson, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Texas A&M University
Lesley Wyborn, Australian National University, Adjunct Fellow, National Computational Infrastructure Facility and Research School of Earth Sciences
More information will be added to the session description as we learn more about the impacts of Hurricane Irma.
Instructions to submit:
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