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    Plan in Advance

    • Read about the three big reasons to register and pick up your badge materials on Sunday!
    • AGU reserves more than 50 hotels in the city at group discounts. Hotels sell out quickly. Reserve yours now.
    • In addition to the sessions, Fall Meeting offers various networking opportunities, science communication workshops, and other activities for all attendees. Use the Event Calendar, which will be available in October to plan your week.
    • Fall Meeting sessions are 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.
    • The International Buddy Program helps first-time, international attendees better prepare and make the most of their first Fall Meeting experience by providing participants with an experienced Fall Meeting attendee mentor who speaks the same native language. Learn more
  • 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 on Monday evening, 14 December, and connect with others who specialize in your field during AGU Section and Focus Group events being held on Tuesday, 15 December. Don’t forget the daily breaks with free refreshments!
    • Attention international attendees: Join us at the International Reception to learn more about the latest scientific initiatives. Delegates from our Committee of International Participation and key regions such as South America, Asia, and Europe will be on hand for you to network with and exchange experiences and knowledge. Tickets are free and available when you register for the meeting!
    • Are you a first-time speaker at Fall Meeting? All speakers are required to check into the Speaker Ready Room at the Moscone Convention Center at least 24 hours before their presentation. Hours of operation and guidelines will be posted in fall 2015.
  • Staying ConnectedJoin AGU
    • Need on-the-go access to the days Sessions and Events? A digital version of our Program Book will be made available online in mid-November. Check back then to get a jump-start on planning your experience!
    • Tweet us! Stay up to date on everything for Fall Meeting 2015 and connect with other attendees by following AGU on Facebook and Twitter. Don’t forget to tag your photos #AGU15 and share them @theAGU!
    • Enhance your Fall Meeting experience by downloading the Fall Meeting 2015 Mobile App (available in mid-November). Search for Sessions, update your itinerary, and stay connected to vital Fall Meeting information.