The 2019 AGU Fall Meeting will take return to San Francisco, CA on Dec. 9 – 13. For full meeting information, please visit https://www2.agu.org/fall-meeting.
All of the EPSP-sponsored sessions are available here.
Tuesday (Dec. 10): EPSP social reception, 6:30 - 8:00 PM, Marriott Marquis, Salons 1-3 Lower B2.
This year's EPSP reception is part of a broader group of receptions associated with AGU's Centennial Celebration. Centennial activities occur all week, and those focused in particular on Earth's Covering are on Tuesday. Our reception will occur after a day of lightning talks, panel discussions, and plenary sessions that include a large number of prominent scientists who study Earth and planetary surfaces.
Thursday (Dec. 12): EPSP award ceremony, business meeting, and Sharp Lecture, 4:00 - 6:00 PM, Moscone West - 2022-20240.
Come see Kelin Whipple receive the G. K. Gilbert award, and Joel Scheingross receive the L. B. Leopold award. After a short business meeting, Joel will present the Sharp lecture.
Thursday (Dec. 12): EPSP’s Early Career social mixer, 6:00 – 7:30 PM
New to the EPSP community? EPSP's first Early Career-Student event (Thursday Dec 12, after the Sharp lecture) will give you the opportunity to connect with other junior members of the community as well as a dozen mid- to senior-career EPSP scientists representing a range of career paths, geographic homes, and research foci. You must register for the event, so watch for it when you register for the Fall meeting.
Saturday (Dec 14): Gilbert Club, Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley CA, 8:00 AM - Late
Speakers: Gordon Grant (Oregon State), Kimberly Hill (U. Minnesota), Michael Lamb (Caltech)
Registration: Coming Soon
Town halls (on various days) that may be of interest to the EPSP community:
- TH15D - EarthCube: A Community-Driven Cyberinfrastructure for the Geosciences–A Progress Report
- TH23B - NASA Earth Science Division Town Hall
- TH23I - Drone/UAV Operator Group
- TH23M - NSF Geosciences Town Hall 2019
- TH33B - Do-It-Together, International Community Around Openly Published Environmental Sensing
- TH43C - The Critical Zone: Observatory Progress and New Opportunities