AGU Fall Meeting and New Orleans will provide meeting attendees various opportunities to discover science at Fall Meeting. This year’s Fall Meeting will offer scientific field trips allowing attendees to discover science in action in and around New Orleans; Scientific Neighborhood, which colocates posters from related sections and focus groups; and a Scientific Program that will allow you to discover new and cutting-edge research.
Scientific Field Trips
New for 2017, at Fall Meeting, there will be a number of field trips that allow meeting attendees to explore New Orleans and the surrounding areas. Attendees will have an opportunity to explore scientific research being conducted in the region, learn about local sustainable technologies, and understand local ecological systems. Field Trips include two series:
- Water Collaborative Tours of New Orleans
- AGU Environmental Tours
New for 2017, the Poster Hall has been organized into scientific neighborhoods. This colocates posters from related sections and focus groups to make it easier for viewers to identify connections and relevant posters. Neighborhoods include:
- Science Nexus
- Earth Interior
- Earth Covering
- Beyond Earth
The 2017 Scientific Program will allow you to explore a broad range of scientific topics that span 23 section and focus groups, covering from the core to the planets and advancing scientific progress. The program includes late-breaking scientific sessions.