Welcome to the 2014 AGU Fall Meeting Media Center!

BBC Reporter Rebecca Morelle at work in the FM13 press room

To help you report on newsworthy scientific findings presented at the meeting, AGU will provide a Press Room where reporters, press officers, bloggers and others can work and mingle.

In the press room — and in an online Virtual Press Room on this site — AGU will make available copies of press releases about developments in Earth and space science and other news presented at the meeting.  AGU will also offer a series of press conferences about newsworthy scientific advances, posting a schedule about a week before the meeting’s scientific sessions begin.

To search abstracts of the 22,000+ talks and posters to be presented at this year’s meeting, click here.

Quiet Rooms: During the meeting, registered members of the press will be able to reserve either of two quiet rooms to conduct interviews. Reservations will be given in 30-minute increments, on a first-come, first-served basis. Check back here for more information about quiet rooms closer to the meeting.