AGU 2016: American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting

AGU 2016: American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting
Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco

The 49th American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting will take place from December 12-16, 2016 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

Online registration is available. Abstracts and sessions are now online.

The 49th American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting will take place from December 12-16, 2016 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

Online registration is available. Abstracts and sessions are now online.

Keynote speakers include H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco – Presidential Forum Lecturer; Marcia McNutt – Union Agency Lecturer (Geophysicist and the 22nd President of the National Academy of Sciences).

The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest worldwide Earth and space science meeting, with sections on geodesy, atmospheric sciences and seismology and many GNSS-related lectures, videos and presentations, formal and informal networking, science communication workshops, and an exhibit hall showcasing new and relevant research tools and services.

All of the 1,700-plus sessions and nearly 23,000 abstracts for the 2016 Fall Meeting have been posted in the Scientific Program on the AGU Fall Meeting website. With over 800 abstracts regarding GNSS, the sessions include:

  • Advances in GNSS Remote Sensing of Atmosphere, Land, and Ocean Posters
  • New GNSS Data and Techniques: Applications in the Earth Sciences
  • Subduction Zone Earthquakes and the Role of Asperities in Rupture Propagation and Aftershock Sequences: Insights from the 16 April 2016 Pedernales, Ecuador Earthquake
  • Global Navigation Satellite System for Geoscience and Hazards Applications
  • and many more…

AGU On-Demand provides online access to live streaming and recorded content from the meeting, including lectures and oral presentations. E-posters (electronic versions of Fall Meeting posters) will also be available online. Registration for access to AGU On-Demand is required, but free.

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